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How is glaucoma detected?updated: Wed Jun 23 2010 08:26:00

Can you tell me about glaucoma? What is it? How is it detected? What happens if it is not treated?

Contact lens can dispense drugs to eyesupdated: Thu Jul 23 2009 12:30:00

Dry-eye sufferers and glaucoma patients may soon be able to trade their messy eye drops for a contact lens that delivers medication gradually over time.

Easy ways to protect your eyesupdated: Thu Mar 05 2009 09:27:00

Been squinting a lot lately? Have to move your magazine six inches away from your eyes to read it? Vision problems creep up on you as you age. But good habits -- not unlike the ones you've already established to protect your heart, bones, and brain -- can help keep your eyes healthy. Try these simple tips to safeguard your vision now and for years to come.

Longer lashes courtesy of the FDA?updated: Mon Feb 16 2009 10:38:00

Soft music filled the room as waiters served white wine and hors d'oeuvres. Two dozen well-dressed women chatted in small groups.

Better eyelashesupdated: Mon Feb 16 2009 10:38:00

Some women are willing to try anything to improve their skimpy eyelashes as Judy Fortin reports.

Travel Troubleshooter: Separated on my flightupdated: Thu Nov 08 2007 09:44:00

His mother is scheduled to fly to Hawaii with his aunt and cousin, where they plan to board a cruise. But hours before they leave, Lawrence Dean Parrish finds out that their flight schedules have been changed. Now his mother, who is 74 and suffers from glaucoma, is flying solo and his aunt and cousin are on another flight. Neither the travel agency nor the cruise line will help. Is her vacation sunk?

CNNMoney: Wal-Mart expands $4 generic drugs programupdated: Wed Sep 26 2007 21:31:00

Wal-Mart announced Thursday that it has extended its year-long $4 generic prescription drugs program to include 24 new prescriptions.

Fortune: Facelift in a Bottle Allergan, the drug company that makes Botox, has a fresh glow.updated: Mon Jun 24 2002 00:01:00

It started in the late '90s as a rumor, then became a whisper, then a buzz. By last year every cosmetically correct woman on both coasts knew the secret. When you inject Botox--an obscure drug norm...

Fortune: THE BLIND MAN WHO SEES COLORupdated: Mon Oct 28 1996 00:01:00

"If I had it to do over, I wouldn't choose to be blind," says Peter Torpey, 44, a physicist at Xerox's Wilson Research Center near Rochester, New York. "But I have a fun position at work, and I'm a...

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