Ask, Look and Do Something

By WO Sep 2018

From an optometrist’s point of view, the increase in dry eye patients has been dramatic, and patients of all ages are affected.

Concussions: Eyes Offer a Peek at the Brain

By WO Oct 2017

This fall, Katherine K. Weise, OD, MBA, will be on the sidelines as the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Blazers take to the football field.

Eyes on Kids

By WO Aug 2017

Back-to-school season is in full swing, and WO is taking a look back at its cover story focused on children's vision and myopia.

A More Open-Door Curriculum

By WO Jul 2017

When Pia Hoenig, OD, MA, DBO(T), FAAO, chief of the Binocular Vision Clinic at University of California, Berkeley, was approached by a group of second-year optometry students who wanted to gain additional clinic experience, she thought it was a great idea.

Can Telemedicine Work for Low Vision Rehabilitation Patients?

By WO Nov 2016

The germ of an idea that sprouted four years ago at a summer research institute sponsored jointly by the American Optometric Association and the American Academy of Optometry is now a pilot study—and could, one day, be even more.

Eyes on Kids: Researchers Work to Identify Causative Factors in Myopia

By WO Oct 2016

After nine years on the faculty at the New England College of Optometry (NECO), Elise Harb, OD, MS, FAAO, decided to relocate back to her hometown in the Bay Area of California in 2014.