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Presbyopia is a medical condition whereby a person loses the ability to see objects clearly at near distance, while maintaining clear vision for long distance vision.
Study offers new insights about myopia management

Study offers new insights about myopia management

A new technology to measure lens stiffness associated with presbyopia

A new technology to measure lens stiffness associated with presbyopia

Wearing eyeglasses protects against SARS-CoV-2

Wearing eyeglasses protects against SARS-CoV-2

A comprehensive analysis of evidence-based information to help manage myopia

A comprehensive analysis of evidence-based information to help manage myopia

CooperVision receives FDA approval for innovative MiSight 1 day contact lens

CooperVision receives FDA approval for innovative MiSight 1 day contact lens

Medical and surgical eye care experts gather in San Francisco for AAO 2019

Medical and surgical eye care experts gather in San Francisco for AAO 2019

WHO’S first world report on vision

WHO’S first world report on vision

Autofocal lenses might one day effectively correct vision of people with presbyopia

Autofocal lenses might one day effectively correct vision of people with presbyopia

Scientists introduce binocular visual simulator to evaluate visual quality before surgery

Scientists introduce binocular visual simulator to evaluate visual quality before surgery

The International Society of Refractive Surgery honors Vivior Chairman with Casebeer Award

The International Society of Refractive Surgery honors Vivior Chairman with Casebeer Award

Everything You Need to Know About Contact Lenses

Everything You Need to Know About Contact Lenses

Tips to helps parents make informed choices about their children's eye health

Tips to helps parents make informed choices about their children's eye health

Research shows the crucial role of glasses in achieving Sustainable Development Goals

Research shows the crucial role of glasses in achieving Sustainable Development Goals

New contact lens therapy shows potential to impact rising prevalence of myopia in children

New contact lens therapy shows potential to impact rising prevalence of myopia in children

UMass Amherst discovery holds promise for revolutionizing treatment of cataracts and presbyopia

UMass Amherst discovery holds promise for revolutionizing treatment of cataracts and presbyopia

New contact lens therapy effective in slowing progression of juvenile-onset myopia, study shows

New contact lens therapy effective in slowing progression of juvenile-onset myopia, study shows

Novel methods may be effective in treating people with presbyopia

Novel methods may be effective in treating people with presbyopia

FDA approves Raindrop Near Vision Inlay device for patients with presbyopia

FDA approves Raindrop Near Vision Inlay device for patients with presbyopia

Visual blurring could lead to risk of tripping and falling in older adults

Visual blurring could lead to risk of tripping and falling in older adults

New technologies go far beyond traditional use of contact lenses for vision correction

New technologies go far beyond traditional use of contact lenses for vision correction