The Future of Healthcare By Focus Clinics

Have you ever wondered what stepping in a hospital of the future will be like? What about the type of procedures you should expect to receive as treatment there? Focus Clinics reveal all with their new enter-your-age graphic; The Future of Healthcare. You’ve watched the Sci-Fi movies that marvel of the future, speculated for yourself about the … [Read more...]

Prevent Blindness Continues To Advocate For Children Vision Benefits

On July 25, the United States Senate voted 51-50, with the tie-breaking vote cast by Vice President Mike Pence, on a motion to proceed to consideration of legislation that would ultimately repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). With the Senate floor now open to debate on legislation that is still unclear, the Senate will take up amendment and … [Read more...]

Protect Eyes During Upcoming Solar Eclipse By Prevent Blindness

Non-profit Group Provides Tips on How to View Historic Solar Event Without Damaging Eyes - CHICAGO (2017) – Across North America on Monday, August 21, 2017, a solar eclipse will be visible to millions of people.  According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), a solar eclipse occurs when the moon blocks any part of the … [Read more...]

The Language Of Eyes 4/20

Last year Shirley had a friend who ordered marijuana online and received instead synthetic pot, which landed her in the hospital for 60 days. With deaths arising from fake pot, the growth of Stoner States.. is legalizing Marijuana a good or a bad thing? Eye Bogglers Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug (22.2 million … [Read more...]

Should Marijuana Be Indicated For Glaucoma?

4/20 means to many, National Weed Day. With 23 states that have legalized Marijuana, the use of Medical Marijuana has grown. We have pulled together some articles that you might find interesting. What we do know, is we and others don't know much about the long term effects of marijuana. A recent editorial in The Journal of the American … [Read more...]

Summer Sport Sunglass Infographic

As the weather warms, people start to exercise more and spend more time outdoors. This handy infographic serves as a spring summer reminder of the importance of sunglasses for both health and performance. … [Read more...]

The Vision Council At South By Southwest

The Vision Council to Educate About Blue Light, Digital Eye Strain at South by Southwest (SXSW) as Official Health Lounge Sponsor Experts on hand to discuss harmful effects of blue light and digital eye strain, and available lens technology solutions available Alexandria, VA (March, 2017) –The Vision Council will be sponsoring the official … [Read more...]

FDA Grants VisionCare Inc. Approval to Initiate Clinical Study of the Telescope Implant in Post-Cataract Patients

Telescope Implant for End-Stage Macular Degeneration is Already FDA Approved and Available to Patients 65 Years and Older Who Have Not Had Cataract Surgery SARATOGA, CA--( January, 2017) - VisionCare, Inc. ("VisionCare"), a developer of advanced visual prosthetic devices for the treatment of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), today … [Read more...]

Mid Florida Eye Center Receives Multi-Focal Toric Interocular Lens Approval

Mount Dora, Florida - (January, 2017) – On December 22, 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the approval of the prescriptive lens known as Multifocal Toric IOL, tested in clinical trials by Mid Florida Eye Center. MFEC was one of just two ophthalmology practices in Florida selected to participate in the clinical trial review … [Read more...]

The Vision Council Releases New Digital Eye Strain, Blue Light Survey

Alexandria, VA (January, 2017) – The Vision Council has announced the results of a nationwide survey detailing the effects and implications of blue light—and available eyewear treatment options—as more than 165,000 attendees gather with the latest in technology at the 2017 International Consumer Electronics Show. As part of its ongoing … [Read more...]

Report Shows Increase in Toy-related Injuries Treated in U.S. Emergency Rooms

Report Shows Increase in Toy-related Injuries Treated in U.S. Emergency Rooms. Prevent Blindness Offers Tips on How to Purchase Safe Toys and Gifts for Kids. December 2016)* – In 2013, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimated that hospital emergency rooms across the country treated 265,700 toy-related injuries, compared to … [Read more...]

Video: Changing Eye Color By Removal of Cosmetic Iris

Stephen Slade MD, cataract and LASIK specialist in Houston, Texas, www.visiontexas.com and www.lasercataractsurgery.com, presents a video showing the removal of iris implants for eye color. The patient had the implants done overseas, they are not approved in the US. The patient presented to us with with raised pressure, inflammation, loss of … [Read more...]

RightEye’s Eye-Tracking tests For Autism And Parkinson’s

Health tech innovator acquires license for leading tests that advance detection of autism in toddlers and 18 movement disorders in patients of all ages  WASHINGTON, 2016 — RightEye LLC, a health technology company using eye tracking to revolutionize vision performance and patient care, announced that it has acquired the exclusive rights to two … [Read more...]

Pacient.care: A Curated Portal Empowering People to Make Informed Health Care Decisions

The implementation of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 brought a myriad of changes to the health care system, many of which are just now being realized. As consumers face increased out-of-pocket costs, higher deductibles, changes to Medicare, and the challenge of navigating health care exchanges for the first time, their need to be better informed … [Read more...]

Eye Safety On The Job Infographic

About 2,000 workers a day have eye injuries due to their jobs according to The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). 90% of the workplace eye injuries could have been prevented or have been less severe with a few safety precautions including safety goggles. Via Quill  … [Read more...]