Pitt Teams With FDA To Develop Therapies That Could One Day Restore Vision To Blind PeopleThe University of Pittsburgh is collaborating with the FDA on a project with the goal of developing therapies that could one day restore vision to blind people.
Pitt Teams With FDA To Develop Therapies, Technology To Help Those With Vision LossResearchers at the University of Pittsburgh are teaming up with the Food and Drug Administration to help those with vision loss.
Protecting Your Children's Eyes During Remote LearningAn ophthalmologist shares how to protect your children's eyes during at-home learning.
Tiny New Device Helping Glaucoma PatientsLori Karavolis, a 49-year-old nurse and mother of four, was in danger of losing her eyesight.
Eye Injuries On The Rise In Youth SportsWhen it comes to sports-related injuries, you probably think of concussions and broken bones. As turns out, there are also a lot of eye injuries, especially in youth sports.
Corneal Inlay Procedure Developed To Help People Read Without GlassesEyes not what they used to be? You're not alone. Millions of people over the age of 45 need reading glasses. But what if you could restore your vision without them?
Eye Vitamins Are The Newest Health TrendFrom daily multivitamins to those specifically for heart health, bone health, skin health, and now eye health -- vitamins have quickly become a multi-billion dollar business.