Empowering Women Must be Economic Priority Number One

By Vijay Eswaran Aug 2019

Women's Equality Day on Aug. 26 commemorates the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, granting the right to vote to women, but in many ways women are still not treated equally.

Ocular Surface Effects of Blepharoplasty Can be a Real Eye-Opener

By Danielle Kalberer, OD FAAO, and Natalia Dobrer, OD Jul 2019

By Danielle Kalberer, OD FAAO, and Natalia Dobrer, OD—Blepharoplasty, also known as an “eyelid lift,” is becoming increasingly popular among aging patients. As the incidence of periorbital plastic surgery continues to increase, so to do questions regarding the impact of these procedures on ocular health.

Guiding Girl Scouts to Learn More About Eyes and Optometry

By Maria Santullo Richman, OD, FAAO, and Marietta Richman Jul 2019

By Maria Santullo Richman, OD, FAAO, and Marietta Richman—Girl Scouts teaches girls so much: leadership, team-building, entrepreneurship and more.

I Just Graduated. Now What?

By Hannah Cho, OD Jul 2019

By Hannah Cho, OD—We’ve all attended graduations in the past. We get so excited that we’re finally done with schooling: no more finals, clinicals, and late-night study sessions.

Age-Appropriate Screen Time Limitations for Children Ages 6-12

By Maria Pribis, OD Jul 2019

By Maria Pribis, OD, FAAO—The home computer should be a safe space for enhancing the learning process, and maybe even some reasonable entertainment as well.

5 Tips to Maximize Your Earnings as an Associate OD

By Lauretta Justin, OD Jun 2019

By Lauretta Justin, OD—Five years ago, I had an employee who was good at his job.


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