| Nov 30, 2012
| 3:04 PM
While newborns’ eyes can at first appear misaligned, most straighten within the first few months of life. But if parents start to notice babies’ eyes crossing or wandering outward, upward or downward, it could be serious.
The first step is...
| Apr 12, 2013
| 5:58 AM
Who: Robert Swinger, 35, Fort Lauderdale
Title: Owner and Chief Veterinary Ophthalmologist, Animal Eye Guys of South Florida, within the Hollywood Animal Hospital in addition to locations in Miami Beach and South Miami.
Started: January 1
| Apr 15, 2012
Like it or not, plastic surgery is here to stay.
Sure, some people will tout the virtues of self-acceptance and aging gracefully and lament that the rise of cosmetic procedures (including fillers, Botox and the like) signifies the swift decline of...
| Apr 27, 2011
The thought of forgoing reading because of her rapidly deteriorating eyesight terrified Joan Retzlaff after suffering complications from her wet macular degeneration.
The condition — a chronic eye disease that affects the central field of vision ...
| Feb 10, 2011
| 4:34 PM
On February 4th, the Immaculate Conception Grade School community celebrated the end of Catholic Schoolsâ Week with their weekly Friday morning all school mass. Students …...
| Dec 9, 2010
| 4:32 PM
This holiday season, EyeCare America has launched a campaign called, âDo You See What I See?âÂ — which provides eligible senior citizens with free eye exams and eye health care information. This year-roundÂ program provides eye e...
| Mar 24, 2011
| 6:24 PM
God is a pretty cool guy. He created the heavens, the earth, all the trees and rocks, animals and people. He’s done good work. However, some people like to think that, since the Big Genesis Bang, he’s mostly sat back and watched things unfold....
| Mar 9, 2011
| 12:40 PM
Kent County Prosecutors have arraigned Frederick Lewis Scott, 41, as a suspect in a burglary of a Grandville eyeglass business early this morning. Grandville Police responded to a burglary alarm at Grand Rapids Ophthalmology, 4475 Wilson Ave S.W....
| Mar 13, 2012
| 2:31 PM
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Screening middle-aged African Americans for glaucoma may prevent some from losing their vision, but the benefits are modest and costly, suggests a new study.
About two percent of Americans over age 40 are affected by glaucoma,...
| Aug 31, 2011
An upcoming clinical trial could help show if a test kit for a common eye ailment will save consumers money and reduce faulty diagnoses, health experts say.
Conjunctivitis, better known as pinkeye and most prevalent in children, causes inflammation of...
| Aug 30, 2011
| 12:53 AM
TUCSON, AZ -- An 86-year-old man who was impaled through the skull with pruning shears in a freak gardening accident was expected to make a full recovery, his doctors said.
Leroy Luetscher dropped a pair of pruning shears while working in his yard in...
| Nov 28, 2011
We rarely stop to think about it, but reading is an amazing accomplishment. It turns markings on a page or a screen into coherent thoughts. It's a complicated process: The eyes see a procession of letters, and the brain turns them into words.