Eyecare

Exposure to Red Light Improves Color Vision of Study Subjects

July 22, 2020

A small study shows that "photobiomodulation" with red light results in improved color vision in people that are 40 and older. The light may improve the function of mitochondria.

Glaucoma Appointment, Come In or Postpone? An Algorithm For Helping Ophthalmologists Triage.

July 21, 2020

University of Michigan researchers developed a simple algorithm to guide risk-benefit decisions for glaucoma patient coming in for visits.

For Better HCQ Retinopathy Guidelines, Include Prescribing Physicians

July 20, 2020

Guidelines to prevent retinopathy caused by a drug to treat autoimmune disease must be developed jointly by ophthalmologists and prescribing physicians, journal authors say.

Is Combination Therapy on the Horizon in Diabetic Macular Edema?

July 12, 2020

Patients with diabetic macular edema whose vision remains impaired even with the best available treatments may soon have a combination therapy.

Eye Protection: One of The Most Key Areas to Avoid COVID-19

May 12, 2020

Dr. Mark Ruchman, chief medical officer, Versant Health, shares eye safety tips and ways to best stay protected from COVID-19 as guidelines are loosened throughout the country.