Jack Sutton, OD, never had any intention of becoming a journalist. During college, he never stepped foot in a writing class. He never wrote for the school’s newspaper. He never even applied for journalism jobs.
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Retailers do it. Utility companies do it. Even mortgage lenders. So why not optometrists?
For Eric White, OD, “going green” started as a family affair. His son Tyler, a recent college graduate, proposed greening the practice. Tyler White observed, analyzed, and put an eco-friendly makeover into action.
Half of the U.S. population will be part of one racial or ethnic minority group or another by 2050, presenting both challenges and opportunities to optometrists nationwide. It definitely won’t be business as usual.
Are 3D movies not only box office blockbusters, but also an emerging public health opportunity for optometry? As 3D and stereoscopic 3D (S3D) become more common in movies and television, video games, mobile devices, and in the classroom and the workplace, many people will discover that they can’t appreciate this new technology because of vision problems.
A panel of mothers of autistic children shared their experiences of autism diagnosis and how autism has affected their families.
Xcovery Holdings starts Phase I/II trials of oral angiogenesis inhibitor, X-82, for neovascular wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
People with vision impairments are more than twice as likely to fall. So Prevent Blindness America (PBA) supports National Falls Prevention Day on the 22nd.
Norman Wallis, PhD., was asked to be an expert witness in the AOS and ABO lawsuit. But his report, deposition, and time on stand had no impact.