Glaucoma

Becky McCall looks at the eye health risks of cosmetic surgery and make-up in and around the eye.

Adrian O’Dowd looks at why glaucoma is still undetected in some cases and how optometrists can sharpen up their practice.

Our Editor in Chief, Professor Leon Davies FCOptom, looks back at what's been another challenging year.

The clinical figures that count.

Heart attacks transiently increase in number when the clocks go forward. Diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma can interfere with the body’s sleep-wake cycles. Becky McCall examines the relationship between the eye and sleep.

Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology has been accredited as a provider of the Professional Higher Certificate in Medical Retina by the College.

Contact lens technologies that can treat disease, and a possible link between caffeine intake and IOP.

With the Paralympics underway in Tokyo, Kathy Oxtoby reports on how patients with low vision can enjoy exercise and sport, and the benefits that go beyond keeping limber.

The clinical figures that count.

A glance at what’s happening in the world of technology.

Clinical editor Jane Veys considers the advantages of a blended healthcare approach.

Lockdowns led to cancelled operations and check-ups. Becky McCall looks at the legacy of the pandemic for eye disease and sight loss, and the lessons that have been learned.