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Park Lane Eye Care Receives 2016 New Haven Living Readers Poll Award

Park Lane Eye Care in Milford, CT was honored to receive the second runner up in the 2016 New Haven Living Readers Poll, for Eyeglasses in recognition of quality and excellence. The award was presented to Dr. James Roberts, OD at the 4th Annual New Haven Living Gala which was held at ... [ more ]

Omega-3s No Help Against Age-Linked Eye Trouble: Study

HealthDay News By Robert Preidt  -- Adding omega-3 fatty acids and other nutrients to standard antioxidant vitamins doesn't give older people any added protection against a leading cause of blindness, a new study finds.   The study looked at age-related macular degeneration (AMD), which afflicts millions of older people in the United States... [ more ]

Regular Aspirin Use is Linked to an Increased Risk of Vision Loss

By NANCY WALSH, MedPage Today Staff Writer - The study of nearly 2,400 Australian men and women found those who routinely took aspirin were more likely to develop age-related macular degeneration. The results were published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine... [ more ]

Children and Computer Vision Syndrome

All About Vision, by Gary Heiting, OD Many eye doctors who specialize in children’s vision say sustained computer use puts kids at higher risk for childhood myopia (nearsightedness). They point out that, though myopia affects approximately 25% of the U.S. population, nearly 50% of adult computer users with a college education are nearsighted... [ more ]

Keep Your Kids' Eyes Safe During Spring Sports Season

Marketwire - Pediatric Cataract Initiative Offers Easy Tips - As the cold and dreary days of winter begin to melt away, restless children welcome warmer weather, longer days and the beginning of another season of spring sports and outdoor activities... [ more ]

Why Do Some Diabetics Escape Complications?

ScienceDaily  — Much research has been carried out on why diabetics develop complications. Now researchers are asking the question the other way around. They want to know why some diabetic patients do not develop complications. What is it that protects them? The PROLONG study could provide the answer. [ more ]

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