No link shown between subfoveal choroidal thickness and traditional sleep disorders.
A study shows how access to parks and fields can limit screen time and impact visual health.
In a large trial, overminus therapy enhanced intermittent exotropia control but deepened the risk of myopic change, including >1.0 D.
A bill to limit the amount of heavy metals in baby food sold in the United States is slated to be submitted to Congress on Friday.
Hypertensive disorders of pregnancy are associated with modestly increased risks for ASDs and possibly ADHD in offspring.
Researchers explore the widespread use of these devices in Malaysian hospitals.
In a move that should make reopening schools an easier task, the CDC on Friday lowered its social distancing recommendation for most classrooms to 3 feet.
The handheld device fared well compared with the current standard of care, according to researchers.
COVID-19 is associated with increased risks for preeclampsia, preterm birth, and other adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Parents of children with food allergies face significant worry, severe anxiety, and posttraumatic stress.
Large proportions of children with high levels of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), high distress symptoms, or both are not receiving clinical services.
The degree of reduction varies depending on the clinical subtype of the disease.
Multiple risks are seen for children’s psychosocial well-being in association with increased screen time.
Recent guidelines are designed to optimize uveitis screening protocols for pediatric patients.
A social worker eye care adherence intervention for underserved urban children has been revised to reduce costs, improve efficiency.
Investigators review treatment methods across 2 groups of young patients.
Researchers reviewed compliance among patients in the See Well to Learn program.
Investigators review the combined procedures in eyes with a corneal diameter larger than 14 mm.
Researchers recommend evaluating these patients’ cornea, lens, anterior chamber volume, and anterior chamber depth.
Researchers identify distinguishing features of both acquired and congenital inferior rectus hypofunction.