Our goal at eyeTopics.com is to be the most reliable, trusted and user-friendly source of consumer information about eyewear and vision care.
Every day, new research is published about eye health and vision care that is of interest to the public. New eyewear products are also being introduced at a rapid pace. And refractive surgery is becoming a more popular way for many people to achieve clear, comfortable vision without prescription eyeglasses and contact lenses.
eyeTopics.com reviews the latest news and research in the most respected journals, texts and newsletters in the fields eye care, eyewear, and vision science. We then select the articles we feel are of greatest interest to consumers and summarize them key in a clear, concise and easy-to-understand fashion.
A partial list of the professional publications we review includes:
- American Journal of Ophthalmology
- American Orthoptic Journal
- Archives of Ophthalmology
- Comprehensive Optometry
- Contact Lens Spectrum
- Contact Lenses Today
- Eye and Contact Lens
- Eyecare Business
- Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science
- Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
- Journal of Refractive Surgery
- Ocular Surgery News
- Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics
- Ophthalmology Times
- Optometry and Vision Science
- Primary Care Optometry News
- Refractive Eyecare for Ophthalmologists
- Review of Contact Lenses
- Review of Ophthalmology
- Review of Optometry
- Survey of Ophthalmology
- Vision Care Product News
- Vision Monday
- Vision Research
eyeTopics.com also publishes original content on a broad range of vision-related topics to address the most frequently asked questions about eyewear and eye care.
Whether you are looking to learn more about your eyes and vision, eyeglasses and contact lenses, or refractive surgery as an alternative to prescription eyewear, we trust youï¿½ll find eyeTopics to be a valuable resource of accurate, reliable information that helps you take a more active role in your vision care and become a better informed eyewear consumer.
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