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2014

Could watching TV provide an accurate glaucoma diagnosis?

20th November 2014

Sounds fanciful but recent research has found that watching how the eyes move when someone is watching TV could give an accurate indication of glaucoma and other neurodegenerative conditions. An artic...

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Feast your eyes cookbook

16th October 2014

As part of National Eye Health Week, which took place last month, the organisers created a cookbook containing a collection of recipes packed full of essential nutrients for good eye health. We have a...

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World Sight Day calls for no more avoidable blindness

06th October 2014

Thursday will mark World Sight Day, a global initiative co-ordinated by Vision 2020. This year the campaign will focus on avoidable blindness and the organisers have highlighted worrying statistics wi...

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Police Scotland relax ban on officers with colour deficiency

03rd October 2014

Ian Cameron was asked on to BBC Radio Scotland to discuss Police Scotland’s decision to reverse its ban on recruiting officers with colour deficiency. The change in policy was a result of a legal bi...

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Caring for your lenses

20th September 2014

World renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital has recently launched a campaign to encourage contact lens wearers to ensure they take care of their eyes. The hospital has seen a marked increase in cases of ey...

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Lenses for occasional wear

09th September 2014

We’re supplying a patient with free lenses ahead of their participation in the Spartan Race in Edinburgh later this month. She’s running, as well as tackling various obstacles and mud, in aid of D...

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Cameron Optometry on BBC Scotland following research on vision and driving

26th August 2014

In light of research by charity Brake encouraging drivers to get their eyesight examined regularly, I was asked on to BBC Radio Scotland’s John Beattie Show to discuss the lifecycle of the eyes. Lis...

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Independent opticians top Which? poll of where to buy glasses

19th August 2014

It was fantastic to read, as we’d always suspected, that Which? has found that the best place to buy glasses is an independent optometry practice. Independent practices were the only eye care prov...

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The link between vision and hearing

19th August 2014

How vision and hearing are inextricably linked. Make sure both are examined. Age-related vision deterioration and hearing loss usually occur around the same period of life. This fact along with oth...

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Caring for your lenses

19th August 2014

Are you still looking after your lenses properly or is it time for a recap? When you are prescribed your first pair of contact lenses you hopefully took on board all our tips on how to look after y...

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