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Integrative Health: Interview with Dr. Laura Periman

By On 24 February 2017

While a spoonful of sugar might help the medicine go down, certain foods or supplements do not serve as a cure-all. Despite his most endearing and tenacious efforts, Adina did not fall… Read More

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Looking at the Full Picture: Dr. Jennifer Rayner

By On 16 December 2016

The sign of an intelligent people is their ability to control their emotions by the application of reason. Marya Mannes But the sign of an intelligent people is also their ability to… Read More

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Raising the Bar in Dry Eye Care : Interview with Rebecca Petris, Founder of The Dry Eye Company

By On 2 December 2016

TFOS recently spoke with Rebecca Petris, founder and CEO of The Dry Eye Company, about how we can raise the bar in dry eye care. She shared her personal history and how… Read More

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Modification of Timolol Release From Silicone Hydrogel Model Contact Lens Materials Using Hyaluronic Acid

By On 24 June 2015

Hyaluronic Acid (HA) also known as hyaluronate is a mucopolysaccharide that occurs naturally in our bodies. It binds to water which results in a viscous gel and has been involved in literally… Read More

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BLINK! The 20 worst Dry Eye cities in the US

By On 29 May 2015

Did you know that there are rankings for the cities with the worst conditions for dry eye sufferers? It’s quite ironic to see that some of the top cities also happen to… Read More

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DEWS II: ALL EYES ON DRY EYE

By On 29 January 2015

The TFOS Board of Directors congratulate Amy Gallant Sullivan for raising the funds necessary to launch the sequel to the original TFOS Dry Eye WorkShop (DEWS). This was an extraordinary effort. The… Read More

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Contact lens discomfort: what is it, why does it occur and how can it be treated?

By On 21 May 2014

Contact lens discomfort (CLD) may be the leading cause of patient dissatisfaction with, and discontinuation of, contact lens wear throughout the world — but there is little agreement among vision researchers and… Read More