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Doctor Transforms Abandoned Building Into Lake Town Eye Care Destination

When Lisa LaGassa, OD, saw an abandoned building--a dry-cleaning business with a leaky roof--she also saw the potential. Her private practice down the road,...

Guest Editorial: A ‘Thank You’ to My Continued Supporters

Guest editorial by Dr. Maryam Jabbar, Optometrist + Lecturer at The University of Faisalabad, Pakistan I am a young optometrist and researcher from Pakistan. I...

From Eye Care to Empowerment: A Woman’s Journey in Bahrain

Guest editorial by Pushpita Sengupta Patel, Bachelor of Optometry & Vision Science, MBA, Head of Corporate Strategy & Professional Affairs at Optica My fascination with...

What Role Does Nutrition Play in Your Practice?

Are you an advocate for supplements for your patients? Do you take them yourself? What role does nutrition play? Loading…   Have a poll idea? Curious about...

Meet the Student Advisory Board: Hope Santangelo, OSU

A few years ago, optometry as a career was not on Hope Santangelo’s radar. She's now preparing for her third year at The Ohio...

Women in the News – April 2024

Women In Optometry regularly recognizes the awards and accomplishments of women ODs in the profession and in their communities in the “Women in the News”...

OneSight EssilorLuxottica Foundation Highlights Programs Expanding Vision Care Access to Women...

Uncorrected poor vision affects one-in-three people around the world, impacting the way they learn, work and keep themselves safe. The impact of uncorrected poor...

Educating Staff on Dry Eye Protocols

Hardeep Kataria, OD, FAAO, owns Avant Eyes Optometry & Advanced Dry Eye Center in Porter Ranch, California, just north of Los Angeles. With nearly...

Beacon Optometry: Beachy Eye Care in SoCal

Anika Ramolia, OD, spent more than a decade working for corporate and private ODs. But two years ago, a health scare and a strong...

Research Shows Women Twice as Worse-off Financially Compared to Men

An overwhelming 40% of female professionals feel underpaid for what they do – with a tenth of women in white-collar roles resorting to additional...
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