June 21, 2021
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The Latest In Ophthalmology News: June 21, 2021


This week, we’re sharing the most recent top stories in ophthalmology news.

Read more on these stories below.

Nasal spray improves signs, symptoms of dry eye disease Healio, June 4, 2021

According to a new study, patients treated with a nasal spray experienced improvement in signs and symptoms of dry eye disease by day 28 of treatment, according to a study.

How novel autoantibodies may improve screening dry eye patients for Sjogren’s syndrome Ophthalmology Times, June 8, 2021

Researchers seek to identify new serological biomarkers that could better characterize Sjogren’s syndrome.

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Researchers tackle mystery of short-sightedness increasing in children Medical Xpress, June 16, 2021

Researchers look into different theories of what may put children at risk of developing myopia.

Do glasses that block blue light help your eyes? Medical Xpress, June 8, 2021

A recent study on eyeglasses that filter out blue light looks to determine if blue light can adversely affect our human eyes.

Global survey focuses on COVID-19 in ophthalmology Healio, June 1, 2021

A new survey shares results of the ongoing research of the association of COVID-19 with ocular phenomena.

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