American Academy of Optometry
American Academy of Optometry
November 10, 2016
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VIDEO: Clinical science backs dry eye treatment

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ANAHEIM, Calif. – Scott Schachter, OD, reported here at the American Academy of Optometry that he uses HydroEye (ScienceBased Health) in his practice because a peer-reviewed paper showed improvement in both signs and symptoms of dry eye within 2 months.

He also noted the balance of omega-3s and omega-6s in the product.

“Gamma linolenic acid is the anti-inflammatory omega-6 that shows the best anti-inflammatory properties compared to fish oil alone,” he noted.