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By Oakland University
The $41,220 from the DMC Foundation is helping OU researchers combat the global health problem of cataracts.
By NurseWise
Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness across the world and affects more than 22 million Americans.
By Visual Answers Opticians Loughborough
Loughborough optometrists and contact lens specialists Visual Answers are one of the first opticians in the UK to promote the new high performance adaptive lens from Essilor known as the Crizal Transitions Signature.
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By Your Home Companion
Our Second Interview in our "Health Series" is now online. We sat down and interviewed Dr. Alex Carpenter again and this time the topic was "What are Cataracts?"
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By American Spaniel Club Foundation
1st American Spaniel Club Foundation “Fun Day” Eye Clinic with Dr. Gustavo Aguirre & DNA Blood Draw to find a DNA Marker for Cataracts Ice Cream Social for Dogs & People & Fun & Prizes set for West Trenton Animal Hospital, NJ on April 28
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By Medical Management Services Group, LLC
During the past 12 months and after several hundred procedures I am thrilled to report that we have had no complications, patients’ eyes are quiet quicker and they see well sooner than with the manual technique,” said Dr.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
Consumers’ Research Council of America is an independent research company based in Washington, DC, that evaluates professional services throughout America.
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By Luis Delgado
Ophthalmologist Ehsan Sadri, M.D. will be one of the first to use Hoag Hospitals new True Vision 3D surgical system on July 1st for Pterygium surgery. Doctors can now view through 50 inch 3D monitors to do surgery.
By Eyecare Medical Group
Eyecare Medical Group in Portland, Maine wishes to announce that Prevent Blindness America has designated June as National Cataract Awareness Month.
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By D'Ambrosio Eye Care
D’Ambrosio Eye Care wishes to announce that Prevent Blindness America has designated June as National Cataract Awareness Month.

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By Oakland University
For the past three months, a select group of six undergraduate students has worked with faculty in Oakland University's Eye Research Institute (ERI) on projects investigating causes and potential cures for eye diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts and...
12551214
By Oakland University
The $41,220 from the DMC Foundation is helping OU researchers combat the global health problem of cataracts.
By Crowell Public Library
Modern Cataract Treatment with David Richardson, M.D. Friday, January 8, 11:00 a.m.
By Center For Sight
Laser Cataract Surgery Performed by Center For Sight's Dr. David Shoemaker
By NurseWise
Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness across the world and affects more than 22 million Americans.
By Visual Answers Opticians Loughborough
Loughborough optometrists and contact lens specialists Visual Answers are one of the first opticians in the UK to promote the new high performance adaptive lens from Essilor known as the Crizal Transitions Signature.
By Advanced Eyecare Center
Michael Hansen, owner of a Torrance optometry center, explains that cataracts are extremely common and often easily treated. Hansen gives details about the symptoms and treatment of cataracts in his latest blog post.
12213664
By Your Home Companion
Our Second Interview in our "Health Series" is now online. We sat down and interviewed Dr. Alex Carpenter again and this time the topic was "What are Cataracts?"
12126413
By American Spaniel Club Foundation
1st American Spaniel Club Foundation “Fun Day” Eye Clinic with Dr. Gustavo Aguirre & DNA Blood Draw to find a DNA Marker for Cataracts Ice Cream Social for Dogs & People & Fun & Prizes set for West Trenton Animal Hospital, NJ on April 28
12110846
By Medical Management Services Group, LLC
During the past 12 months and after several hundred procedures I am thrilled to report that we have had no complications, patients’ eyes are quiet quicker and they see well sooner than with the manual technique,” said Dr.
By Eyesight Essentials Melbourne Australia
A question often asked, what is low vision? When people say, 'I can't see', what does this mean. Is it as simple as putting on a pair of glasses. No, it's not. Low vision can impact on activities of day to day living eg crossing roads, reading a form
By Bochner Eye Institute
Bochner Eye Institute becomes the first centre in Canada to offer state-of-the-art cataract surgery with the Catalys Precision Laser System from OptiMedica.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
In September, Dr. Nauheim was named to the Consumers’ Research Council of America “Guide to America’s Top Ophthalmologists” for the third consecutive year.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
Consumers’ Research Council of America is an independent research company based in Washington, DC, that evaluates professional services throughout America.
By Delaware Eye Surgeons
Delaware Eye Surgeons, a premium eye care center led by Wilmington LASIK and cataract surgeon Dr. Gregory Smith, is pleased to unveil its new website.
By NJ Foundation for the Blind
Registration Opens for Essential Low Vision Classes on April 4, May 2 and June 6, 2012
By InVision EyeCare
New Jersey LASIK Center InVision EyeCare has launched an interactive website to help educate prospective LASIK patients learn more about laser vision correction.
By Kathy Caviston
The Essential Low Vision Class is designed for people with vision impairement or low vision and for those who help care for them.
By Eye Associates - Candace Portman
Recent advances in cataract surgery, including the new AcrySof® Toric High Cylinder Power Intraocular Lens, and the ORange® Intraoperative Wavefront Aberrometer, have made the procedure better than ever.
By TLC Eyecare & Laser Centers
Kevin Lavery, MD and Neal Tolchin, MD will be celebrating 20 years of excellent patient care this week.
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By Luis Delgado
Ophthalmologist Ehsan Sadri, M.D. will be one of the first to use Hoag Hospitals new True Vision 3D surgical system on July 1st for Pterygium surgery. Doctors can now view through 50 inch 3D monitors to do surgery.
By Dr. Victor Marchione
Indian mulberry, or noni, possesses significant anti-cataract potential to maintain lens opacity in the eyes. Other ways to protect against cataracts.
By Digital Hill Multimedia, Inc.
Cataracts ~ Dr. Kloess ~ Dr. Velazquez ~ Birmingham
By Eyecare Medical Group
Eyecare Medical Group in Portland, Maine wishes to announce that Prevent Blindness America has designated June as National Cataract Awareness Month.
By South Nassau Communities Hospital
Dr. Nauheim specializes in treating problems such as double vision, optic nerve disorders, visual/eye movement disorders, cataracts, diseases of the retina, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and macular degeneration.
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By D'Ambrosio Eye Care
D’Ambrosio Eye Care wishes to announce that Prevent Blindness America has designated June as National Cataract Awareness Month.
By Digital Hill Multimedia, Inc.
Remove cataracts with Dr. Price Kloess and Dr. Andrew Velazquez at the Alabama Vision Center in Birmingham... Where seeing is believing!
By Oksana Pryshnivska
Many people nowadays prefer to cure cataracts naturally as opposed to having invasive cataracts surgery.
By Oksana Pryshnivska
Get Rid of Cataracts-Without Cataract surgery - Cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration-eye disorders of the past? Cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration are some of the leading causes of blindness. But they don't need to be.
By Horizon Eye Care
Dr. Howard Gross of Horizon Eye Care traveled to Ghana, on Dec 10 thru Dec 18, 2010, with Surgical Eye Expeditions (SEE) International to perform cataract surgery. He donated his time and travel expenses to participate in this rewarding expedition.

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