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Dry eye disease (DED) has been historically underserved. Leslie E. O’Dell, OD, FAAO, summarizes what equipment is available today to help you begin evaluating your dry eye patients’ glands.
Advice can come in many forms and from many sources. Shelby May, offers a third-year student's perspective on what it is like receiving advice as a first-year.
Find out what cities are at the bottom in the healthiest list and why area ODs think these cities have earned their spots.
Dr. Tracy Schroeder-Swartz explains the “dry eye season” and how to help patients affected by it.
A new year is upon us, and that means everyone—including us—is asking about your New Year’s resolutions.
The next patient sitting in your chair may have narrow angles. Find out how to best diagnose and manage patients with narrow angles; it can have a significant long-term impact on their visual outcome.
Treating glaucoma can prove to be challenging at times. Michael Brown, OD, MHS-CL, FAAO, shares five aspects of glaucoma treatment that frustrate him.
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Diagnosing and treating diabetic macular edema (DME) can pose a challenge for ODs. A. Paul Chous, OD, MA, FAAO, CDE, examines a case of non-center involved DME and the challenges he faced when treating one patient.
See if your city made the list and why ODs who live in these healthiest cities think they made the cut.
Dental and Optometric Care Access Act gains traction

As the DOC Care Access Act, which has the backing of the American Optometric Association and the American Dental ...

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