News Articles

To better educate our patients, we have listed relevant news articles focusing on eye health, research and innovations.

December 2010

» FREE Eye Exams: Do You Qualify? | December 10, 2010

You may be eligible for a FREE eye exam.

See if you qualify at

November 2010

» Get Your Eyes Screened at 40 | November 1, 2010

Ophthalmologists recommend a check to establish a baseline of eye health.

Find out more at

October 2010

» Share Your Family History of Glaucoma | October 1, 2010

Did you know that if any member of your immediate family has glaucoma you are at a much higher risk of developing the disease?

Follow these simple steps to fight against blindness at

September 2010

» Five Common Eye Care Myths | September 1, 2010

Eye Care America helps dispel common myths to promote eye health.

Find out how to save your sight at

May 2010

» Better Vision Ahead for Many Diabetic Retinopathy Patients | May 25, 2010

Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical Research Network Study Finds New Treatment More Effective

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March 2010

» Another Serious Eye Disease, Uveitis, Linked to Smoking | March 18, 2010

Recent study indicates that tobacco smoke likely plays a role in this serious eye disease.

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May 2009

» Tips for Working with Your Eye M.D. | May 21, 2009

Treatment for any eye condition requires teamwork.

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» ABCs of Diabetes and Eye Health | May 21, 2009

Do you know the basics of diabetes and eye health?

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» Age-Related Eye Disease Study Results | May 21, 2009

The Age-Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS) is a major clinical trial sponsored by the National Eye Institute.

Find out more at the National Eye Institute.

» Glaucoma: How much do you know? | May 21, 2009

Take the quiz at the National Eye Institute and find out.

» Clinical Studies | May 21, 2009

Interested in being a study participant?

Find out more at the National Eye Institute.

» Unrestricted Grants for Research on Eye Disease | May 21, 2009

Alcon Research Institute awards six top scientists.

Find out more at Reuters.