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Contact lens manufacturers file suit against Utah UPP ban

April 15, 2015

Three contact lens manufacturers have filed separate lawsuits contesting legislation signed into law last month in Utah.

The Contact Lens Consumer Protection Act banned unilateral pricing policies (UPPs) for contact lenses in Utah, making it the first state in the U.S. to do so.

BLOG: Become your community's blue light expert

April 14, 2015
In my last post I discussed that awareness of blue light is growing among our patients.Mainstream media stories are taking on the subject of blue light and its health…

Body of research on myopia control strategies continues to grow

April 8, 2015
Experts from the U.S., Australia and Switzerland outlined the increasing threat of myopia and potential treatment modalities at the Brien Holden Vision Institute in…
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Contact lens wear may be only environmental factor associated with acquired eyelid ptosis

April 7, 2015
In a study of identical twins, researchers determined wearing hard or soft contact lenses was the only environmental factor studied to be associated with an increased…
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Postoperative Inflammation and Pain: Elimination of the Dynamic Duo to Improve Patient Outcomes

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VIDEO: Presenter offers tips for improving your contact lens practice

March 20, 2015
NEW YORK – ODs can optimize the contact lens portion of the practice by taking three steps, Scot Morris, OD, FAAO, ABO…
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Contact lens manufacturers file suit against Utah UPP ban

April 15, 2015
Three contact lens manufacturers have filed separate lawsuits contesting legislation signed into law last month in Utah.The Contact Lens Consumer…

BLOG: Become your community's blue light expert

April 14, 2015
In my last post I discussed that awareness of blue light is growing among our patients.Mainstream media stories are taking on the subject of blue…

Body of research on myopia control strategies continues to grow

April 8, 2015
Experts from the U.S., Australia and Switzerland outlined the increasing threat of myopia and potential treatment modalities at the Brien Holden…
In the Journals

Contact lens wear may be only environmental factor associated with acquired eyelid ptosis

April 7, 2015
In a study of identical twins, researchers determined wearing hard or soft contact lenses was the only environmental factor studied to be associated…

Utah bans UPPs for contact lenses

March 31, 2015
The Contact Lens Consumer Protection Act was signed into law last week in Utah, making the state the first in the U.S. to ban unilateral pricing…
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Vmax launches space-saving refractor

March 30, 2015
NEW YORK – Vmax Vision Inc. introduced the Perfectus, a combination wavefront autorefractor and subjective refractor in a space-saving…
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CooperVision announces new silicone hydrogel daily disposable

March 27, 2015
NEW YORK – Following the successful launch of the Clariti 1 day family of lenses, CooperVision prepares to introduce another lens in this…
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QSpex to introduce same-day eye wear in New York

March 26, 2015
NEW YORK – QSpex announced it plans to launch a QSpex Optical Service Center in New York City this summer. QSpex President and Chief Executive…
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BLOG: Blue light awareness – finally

March 26, 2015
I have just returned from Vision Expo East. The Vision Expos, East and West, are always packed with new information, and I, of course, enjoy catching…
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Essilor focuses on patient safety, uncorrected refractive error

March 25, 2015
NEW YORK – Executives from Essilor and its Vision Impact Institute shared a number of the company’s initiatives here at a press…
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