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Join CEI at VisionWalk on Saturday, September 22

This Saturday is The Foundation Fighting Blindness VisionWalk! It’s not too late to register for this FREE event! Registration starts at 9 a.m. and the walk begins at 10:30 a.m at Theodore Berry Friendship Park. The park is located next to The Montgomery Inn Boathouse. Robert Sisk, M.D., a retina specialist with CEI is this… Read More »

  • Posted on: Sep 18 2018
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Longtime CEI ophthalmologist retires

Best wishes to Michael Petersen, M.D., Ph.D., whose has officially retired from Cincinnati Eye Institute, after more than 26 years serving patients in the tri-state. Dr. Petersen and his wife will move back to Ann Arbor, Michigan later this summer where they still have many good friends and family. Dr. Petersen says he plans to… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jul 31 2018
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American Society of Retina Specialists recognizes CEI ophthalmologist

The American Society of Retina Specialists (ASRS) today honored Daniel Miller, M.D., Ph.D., with a 2018 Honor Award for his contributions to the study and treatment of retinal diseases. Dr. Miller is the medical director of CEI and has an extensive background in basic and clinical research, and specializes in all medical and surgical retinal diseases… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jul 20 2018
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Study: An orange a day keeps macular degeneration away

Source: Westmead Institute for Medical Research A new study has shown that people who regularly eat oranges are less likely to develop macular degeneration than people who do not eat oranges. Researchers interviewed more than 2,000 Australian adults aged over 50 and followed them over a 15-year period. The research showed that people who ate at… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jul 18 2018
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Blue Ash location expands Visual Field Department

The Visual Field Department at the Blue Ash location is undergoing renovations to expand the area for patients’ testing needs. The space on the second floor will remain functional to accommodate patients’ needs. The renovations are expected to take approximately eight weeks and will be ready the first week of September. We are excited for… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jul 12 2018
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  • Posted on: Jul 6 2018
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Fourth of July safety tips for your eyes

Fourth of July means backyard barbecues, being at the pool or a parade, and fireworks. Stay safe this holiday by remembering these safety tips. Fireworks It’s best to leave fireworks to professionals, but if you are having a backyard display remember to wear protective eyewear when lighting fireworks. Supervise children Don’t pick up duds and… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jul 3 2018
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June is Cataract Awareness Month

Millions of people are diagnosed with cataracts each year.  If left untreated, cataracts worsen over time and interfere with daily activities, such as driving and reading. Cataract surgery is a relatively quick, same-day procedure that Cincinnati Eye Institute ophthalmologists perform at its three surgery centers for patients’ convenience. The surgery takes only about 20-30 minutes.… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 8 2018
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CEI’s Dr. Holland quoted in article linking screen time and dry eye disease

Dr. Edward Holland, director of cornea services at Cincinnati Eye Institute, was recently quoted about a new educational initiative linking dry eye with screen time. The new initiative, with data by Shire, a global biotechnology company, prioritizes eye health and encouraging people to use their screens–smartphones, tablets, computers, etc.–responsibly. A study highlights statistics including nearly… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 6 2018
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New tools in the fight against diabetic blindness

Estimates are that 600 million people will have some sort of diabetic retinopathy by 2040. Previously, no good animal models existed that scientists could use to study the disease, its diagnosis or potential treatments. Now, scientists have employed a mouse model exhibiting diabetic retinopathy symptoms that could lead to future translational research studies. Read more… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 4 2018
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