Dry Eye

Aerobic Exercise Improves Tear Secretion, Stability

Study shows this method may help patients manage their DED.
01/11/2022

Mental Health May Affect How DED Patients Present

Depression and anxiety were found to be correlated with dry eye signs but not symptoms. This literature review suggests there’s a bidirectional relationship.
01/10/2022

DED Prevalent in Kids with Diabetes

Children with these comorbidities tended to have reduced corneal sensation as the main risk factor for the ocular condition.
01/06/2022

Dry Eye Associated With Dry Skin

There is a high likelihood that a patient who suffers from one also has the other.
01/04/2022

Screen Exposure in Kids Could Cause OSD Symptoms Without Signs

While Oxford scores, tear breakup times and Schirmer test values were within normal values clinically, almost two-thirds of study participants had mild-to-severe ocular surface disease.
12/22/2021

Steroid and Cyclosporine Combination Efficacious in DED Treatment

Topical hydrocortisone and cyclosporine A resolved severe dry eye symptoms in patients with Sjögren’s syndrome, study finds.
12/21/2021

Asthma Patients At Higher Risk for Developing DED

Australians, Asians and Caucasians in particular had an increased prevalence of the disease.
12/16/2021

Psoriasis Tied to MGD and DED

Periodic eye exams should be performed in patients with this dermatological condition, especially in those with more severe cases, researchers say.
12/01/2021

DED Interventions May Help Limit HOAs

Following a large database analysis, researchers found that tear film stability is key in reducing the number of higher-order aberrations in dry eye patients.
11/30/2021

Dermatological Treatment May Help Combat MGD

Selenium sulfide could reduce excess keratin proteins that clog the meibomian gland, researchers suggest.
11/24/2021