I had the opportunity to attend the winter study group meeting of PEDIG (Pediatric Eye Disease Investigator Group). I recently […]
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Concussions: Is It Worth It?
Over the course of his career in the National Football League, Antwaan Randle El was a force to be reckoned […]
Failure in Flint
This is a photo of a fire hydrant in Flint, MI that has been “flushing” for over 5 hours. This […]
Dr. Brien Holden, Myopia,and Atropine
Dr. Brien Holden was an optometric giant. He was a renowned researcher, educator and humanitarian. Dr. Holden worked tirelessly toward […]
Adding Vision to Concussion Testing
Congratulations to Dr. Leonard Press! His review for Practice Update was selected as one of the Top Stories in Eye Care […]
Celebrating Open Access
This week (October 19-23) marks the 8th International Open Access Week, celebrating the inspirations and advancements that come from […]
After the Concussion: Return to Learn
August is the 20th annual observation of National Children’s Vision & Learning Month and a perfect time to shed light […]
WELCOME TO OUR NEW JOURNAL!
A very special message from Dr. Leonard Press, FCOVD, FAAO, author of the textbook Applied Concepts in Vision Therapy, Past President […]
Brain Injury from Anesthesia?
Last week I attended SUNY’s Faculty Retreat, and one retreat treat was a presentation by Dr. Allen Shaughnessy on Evidence-Based […]
ACTION-ACTION-We Want ACTION — #CITT-ART !!!!
As mentioned in a previous post, the National Eye Institute (NEI) has funded a 5 year $8 million study called […]