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ZeaVision upgrades software to measure macular pigment

March 11, 2015

ATLANTA – ZeaVision introduced its next generation of QuantifEye MPS II for measuring macular pigment optical density at a press conference here at SECO.

The original QuantifEye was available in 2006 and has measured macular pigment optical density more than 4 million eyes, according to company literature.

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CDC predicts diabetes incidence of 40%

March 9, 2015
ATLANTA – “In 2014 the CDC said that within our lifetimes, 40% of us in the U.S. will develop diabetes at some point,” A. Paul Chous, OD, said…
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BLOG: Blue light affects everyday vision

February 4, 2015
Many researchers claim that contrast sensitivity is a much better measure of one’s functional vision. While visual acuity is quantitative, contrast sensitivity is…

BLOG: Optometry in France

January 27, 2015
Bonjour! I’ve just returned from a wonderful week in Paris.I’m not just bragging about a wonderful trip, because I did speak at the Congres…
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Postoperative Inflammation and Pain: Elimination of the Dynamic Duo to Improve Patient Outcomes

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Mesozeaxanthin beneficial in eyes with, without AMD

November 15, 2014
Lloyd Snider, OD, said at the Ocular Nutrition Society meeting said that mesozeaxanthin improves ocular performance…
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ZeaVision upgrades software to measure macular pigment

March 11, 2015
ATLANTA – ZeaVision introduced its next generation of QuantifEye MPS II for measuring macular pigment optical density at a press conference…
Meeting News Coverage

CDC predicts diabetes incidence of 40%

March 9, 2015
ATLANTA – “In 2014 the CDC said that within our lifetimes, 40% of us in the U.S. will develop diabetes at some point,” A. Paul…
Blog

BLOG: Blue light affects everyday vision

February 4, 2015
Many researchers claim that contrast sensitivity is a much better measure of one’s functional vision. While visual acuity is quantitative…

BLOG: Optometry in France

January 27, 2015
Bonjour! I’ve just returned from a wonderful week in Paris.I’m not just bragging about a wonderful trip, because I did speak at the…

VisiVite plans launch of macular health supplement

January 26, 2015
VisiVite will release ProVision, a macular health formula based on the AREDS 2 study, this spring, according to a press release from the…
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Researchers find no association between vitamin D, myopia

January 2, 2015
Vitamin D and D3 are biomarkers for time spent outdoors, according to a study recently published in Investigational Ophthalmology & Visual
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BLOG: How to improve your eyesight naturally – sort of

December 30, 2014
I was recently browsing some of my nutrition newsletters and came across this lead story: “How to see without glasses, no matter how bad your…

BLOG: New study shows carb intake matters more than saturated fat

December 10, 2014
I just reviewed a study that looked at saturated fat intake and levels in the blood. Results? Doubling or even nearly tripling saturated fat in the…
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Carotenoid supplementation crucial in AMD

November 17, 2014
David W. Nelson, OD, MBA, said at the Ocular Nutrition Society meeting that he prescribes supplements with lutein, zeaxanthin and mesozeaxanthin for…
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Mesozeaxanthin beneficial in eyes with, without AMD

November 15, 2014
Lloyd Snider, OD, said at the Ocular Nutrition Society meeting said that mesozeaxanthin improves ocular performance, vision, pigmentation and blue…
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