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eROP is an NIH-funded study that shows telemedicine could reduce obstacles to care for babies at risk of the potentially blinding disease retinopathy of prematurity (ROP). The investigators say that the approach, if adopted broadly, could help ease the strain on hospitals with limited access to ophthalmologists and lead to better care for infants in underserved areas of the country.
Young children can now wear contact lenses in certain circumstances. Here are tips parents can use to help develop a healthy routine. Daily disposable contact lenses are a great way to learn because you don't have to take care of them. Dailies are also good if you don't want to wear them every day.
Can you change your eye color? No matter whether you have brown or blue eyes, you’ve probably been wondering how you’d look with green eyes, for example. You might assume that the color of your eyes is something you have no control over and that it’s all genetic. But have you ever wondered why your eyes look a bit lighter on a sunny day? Or why the eyes of people who are in a rage seem to go dark all of a sudden?
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