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There's less than 2 months to go! This will be a once in a lifetime event, and if you plan on viewing make sure you do it safely!! Here's some helpful info, including a DIY eclipse viewer and where to buy viewing glasses.

Want to watch the upcoming solar eclipse, but worried it may permanently damage your eyes? Never fear: you can watch safely, so long as you take a few easy steps to prepare.
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Minority children miss out on early eye exams the most, researcher says
consumer.healthday.com
University of Utah researchers have developed “smart glasses” that mimic the function of the eye’s lens and automatically focus on what an individual is looking at.
fiercebiotech.com

April is National Sports Eye Safety Month
https://www.aao.org/eye-hea…/tips-prevention/injuries-sports

Tens of thousands of sports and recreation-related eye injuries occur each year. The good news is that 90 percent of serious eye injuries are preventable through use of appropriate protective eyewear.
aao.org
NEW YORK – Results from the Central Retinal Enrichment Supplementation Trials (CREST) show that the use of lutein, zeaxanthin and mesozeaxanthin supplementation improved vision in nondiseased eyes as well as those with early age-related macular degeneration, according to John Nolan, PhD, here…
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Imagine a biosensing contact lens that can tell when your blood sugar is getting too low, or if there’s something wrong with one of your organs. By leveraging the power of ultra-thin transistor technology, researchers from Oregon State University have taken us a step closer to achieving that goal.
gizmodo.com
The USPSTF has issued draft recommendations for vision screening in children aged 6 months to 5 years; recommendations are available for public comment on the USPSTF website through March 27.
medscape.com
Visual-cognitive training brings added dimension to sports-vision training.
aoa.org

Highlighting the importance of a comprehensive visual exam after a concussion:

Lingering eye problems linked to poorer academic performance
consumer.healthday.com

A video game to diagnose lazy eye? Check out this article below.

http://www.deseretnews.com/…/U-students-invent-video-game-t…

A video game invented by a University of Utah student is undergoing clinical trials at the John A. Moran Eye Center and is in the process of approval from the FDA for use as a diagnostic tool for lazy
deseretnews.com