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    1. The most important thing you'll need if you plan to have your eyes on the sky - eclipse glasses. Here's what you need to know to watch the solar eclipse safely. Experiencing an eclipse wouldn't ...

    2. You've heard over and over that you shouldn't look up at the sun during Monday's solar eclipse (or ever, as a general rule), but what actually happens if you do? Dr. Jacob Chung, Chief of Opthalmology ...

    3. Ophthotech: 3 Strikes And It's Out?

      Seeking Alpha3 hours ago

      Recently, Ophthotech (OPHT) announced results for is phase 3 trial treating patients with wet age-related macular degeneration (wet AMD). The trial was a total failure, because ...

    4. How to safely watch an eclipse

      AFP Relax News via Yahoo News2 days ago

      "They get a kind of macular degeneration where they are burning into their retina and they can lose vision and it can be permanent," he told AFP. "You can be left with a scar from ...

    5. It may not get the attention as often as larger-cap biotech stocks like Celgene Corp. (NASDAQ:CELG) and Gilead Sciences (NASDAQ:GILD), but a bunch of recent drug approvals could soon change ...

    6. Meanwhile, Eylea is being evaluated in combination with nesvacumab with top-line data from two phase II studies (wet age-related macular degeneration and diabetic macular ...

    7. Don’t look now — the city’s skies are being taken over Monday by a rare solar eclipse. As New Yorkers awaited the celestial wonder, experts were warning not to gaze at the sun with unprotected ...

    8. Eclipse damages man’s eyes

      WCBD-TV Charleston1 day ago

      WORLAND, W.Y. (NBC NEWS)- Experts say the eclipse across America can cause serious eye damage. If you don’t really believe your eyes will be damaged if you look at the eclipse, then you should ...

    9. These eclipse tips could save your eyes

      The Canton Repository1 day ago

      Without proper safety measures, the solar eclipse set to sweep across the U.S. next week could be the last thing you see with decent vision. Looking directly at an uneclipsed or partially eclipsed ...

    10. SEE ALSO: Never worry about a dull photo again with this mini flashlight clip With such close and constant exposure to UV rays from the lights, users risk developing cataracts and macular ...

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