Reading Skills: Best Bet for Successful Students

Contents 1 Reading Skills: Best Bet for Successful Students 1.1 Good Readers Make Good Students 1.2 School Screenings: An Unnecessary Evil 1.3 20/20 Isn’t Everything 1.4 Improving Visual Skills is … Read more

Recurrent Corneal Erosion

Contents 1 Recurrent Corneal Erosion 2 Back to the cornea 3 What are the symptoms? 4 Treatment for RES? 5 A new approach to treatment 6 Diagnosis Codes Recurrent Corneal … Read more

Reducing Symptoms of Computer Eyestrain

Nine Ways to Reduce the Symptoms of Computer Eyestrain Eyestrain is the number one complaint in office jobs but there are many things you can do to reduce these symptoms. … Read more

Refractive Error

REFRACTIVE ERROR Refractive error is the term given to the blur caused by light entering the eyeball that does not focus perfectly onto the retina (the inner lining of the … Read more

Research Shows That Summer Babies Prone To Myopia

Research Shows That Summer Babies Prone To Myopia The reason: early-life exposure to natural light Study showed that babies born during June and July have a 24% greater chance of … Read more

Restasis: Therapy for Dry Eyes

Contents 1 Introduction 2 Cost 3 Side Effects 4 Conclusions and Overview 5 Diagnosis Codes Introduction There are many causes of dry eyes, and this very uncomfortable condition can cause … Read more

Retinal Detachment (General)

A retinal detachment is an emergency. If there is no prompt surgical or medical treatment, permanent vision loss could result. You have been identified as being at risk for developing … Read more


The retina is the thin multi-layered inner lining of the back of the eye responsible for capturing light and chemically transforming light into an electronic form so that it can … Read more

Retinitis Pigmentosa

Retinitis Pigmentosa Once signs of Retinitis Pigmentosa appear the condition will progress. The rate of visual decline varies depending on the genetic circumstances of each individual. Everyone has experienced it … Read more


Acquired Retinoschisis The retina consists of many neural layers and as we age sometimes these layers can split into two. The retina is the light-sensitive tissue that lines the back … Read more