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‘Star Trek’ headset for the blind launched in Australia

An augmented reality headset designed to help the visually impaired see again has been launched in Australia, thanks in part to campaigning from the Royal Society for the Blind

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Sydney ophthalmologist eyes off new ways to save sight

SBS World News Radio: Professor Chandra Bala’s scientific breakthroughs are gaining international attention and benefiting patients. When a routine operation took an unexpected turn, Queensland man Joseph Borg was

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End of monthly misery of injections for sight loss sufferers? New jab is needed just 5 TIMES year

Macular degeneration sufferers receive frequent injections directly in the eye But a new synthetic peptide offer the same long-lasting protection, experts say It stopped inappropriate blood vessel growth that

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Lens Implants: New Fix for Your Nearsightedness, Astigmatism?

They’re not just for cataracts anymore Are you ready to leave your eyeglasses behind? If you’re thinking of having surgery to improve your vision, it may surprise you to

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Topography Guided LASIK – New Advancement in LASIK

 The technology behind LASIK eye surgery is constantly evolving, with the goal of providing the best possible results for people who choose LASIK. Contoura Vision, also known as topography-guided

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KAMRA® Corneal Inlay Utilizes Camera Technology to Sharpen and Clear Blurry Near Vision for Patients

AcuFocus, Inc. developed the KAMRA® corneal inlay using the fundamentals of pinhole photography to focus rays of light onto the retina bringing the world back into clear and continuous focus from near

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Why your vision worsens with age

If you are over the age of 40 and find yourself squinting to read, you might be one of more than one billion people around the world with an

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The Contact Lens Truth

The Huffington Post recently enlisted the help of two eye care professionals, optometrist Andrea Thau, OD and ophthalmologist Rebecca Taylor, MD to talk about the most common no-nos when using soft

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And there wasn’t a dry eye in the house

More than 2 million Australians suffer from dry eye syndrome, an umbrella term for a condition that makes the eyes feel scratchy, blurry, tired or irritable. Dry eyes can

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The Many Facets of Glaucoma

Dr. Simon Skalicky and Clin A/Prof Andrew White Glaukos iStent Evolving research into glaucoma is improving diagnosis and management for our glaucoma patients. Significant advances in glaucoma detection and

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