Special filters can help people with color blindness see more color. And those changes remain even after they take the glasses off.
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An eye scanner can detect biological aging, rather than your chronological age. It decodes the "record of how a person is aging at the molecular level."
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Research with mice shows a new imaging technique could help spot early warning signs of Alzheimer's disease by looking at the retina.
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An app in development could help doctors diagnose anemia by using images of a patient's eyelid to get a count of their hemoglobin.
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If we're not supposed to touch our face because of COVID-19, does that mean we should stop using contact lenses and switch to glasses? An expert weighs in.
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New research finds that eye movements, ones so small you're not even aware of them, play a large part in seeing at a distance, what's also called visual acuity.
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