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Transforming lives. That's our vision.
Transforming lives. That's our vision.

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Need some inspiration for tonight's dinner? Watch this video where Dr Devinder Chauhan and Chef Leigh Dundas cook a meal that promotes macular and general eye health.
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Curious about laser eye surgery?

We've answered a number of FAQs on our website.
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The results of a 20-year study on over 70,000 women show that having cataract surgery may help people to live longer.
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Age-related macular degeneration can affect anyone – here Dame Judi Dench reveals her own personal struggles with this debilitating condition.

For more information about macular degeneration, visit our website: http://bit.ly/2BA6n4u
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Amazing optical illusions from this Serbian artist.
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Congratulations to Dr Tim Roberts who was recently appointed Clinical Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Sydney. In addition to specialising in cataract surgery and glaucoma, Dr Roberts has been involved in teaching medical students for many years, and has twice been recognised for excellence in teaching with the Outstanding Clinical Tutor Award.

Visit his bio https://visioneyeinstitute.com.au/doctors/tim-roberts/
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Dr Patrick Versace joined John & Garry on Talking Lifestyle radio to explain the common causes of eye injury and strain over the holiday season and share his tips for eye safety.

Listen to the interview below.
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Want to know more about how the eye works?

Read our fact sheet that explains what the different parts of the eye do to process light into the final image that we see.
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A study of twins has found that a person's genes influence their eye gaze and movements.
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An exciting technological development for people that suffer from colour blindness. Samsung has developed an app that adjusts TV settings to suit an individual's visual colour spectrum.
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