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PNG has one of the highest rates of blindness in the world – nationwide study

Sydney, Australia, 24 May 2018: The first national survey on eye health in Papua New Guinea (PNG) has found that the prevalence…
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Is your child between the age of 6 and 17 years and short-sighted?

Your child does not need to be experienced or have tried wearing contact lenses before.
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SUNY awards honorary doctorate to Kovin Naidoo

New York, U.S., 24 May 2018: Professor Kovin Naidoo, CEO of Brien Holden Vision Institute, was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane…
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GET YOUR CHILD’S EYES CHECKED NOW – MYOPIA AWARENESS WEEK

Sydney, Australia, 10 May 2018: Myopia (short- or near-sightedness) is becoming a major public health crisis of our time and it’s already…
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Spectacles scarce in Bangladesh according to study

People in Bangladesh have one of the poorest levels of access to spectacles in the world according to a recent study.
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Health promotion in schools improves eye health ‘literacy’ in children

Health promotion in schools is an effective way to transfer knowledge to children and could potentially improve eye care outcomes, according to…
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MYOPIA MANAGEMENT COURSE TO RUN AGAIN IN JUNE

Sydney, Australia, 1 May 2018: Registrations are open for the latest ‘Managing Myopia’ online course, conducted by Brien Holden Vision Institute Academy,…
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BRIEN HOLDEN VISION INSTITUTE RECEIVES SKEFFINGTON-ALEXANDER MEMORIAL AWARD AT ICBO

Sydney, Australia, 27 April 2018: Brien Holden Vision Institute has received the Skeffington-Alexander Memorial Award from the Optometric Extension Program Foundation (OEP)…
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UPDATE TO MYOPIA CALCULATOR ADDS 'ETHNICITY' OPTION AND MORE LANGUAGES

Sydney, Australia, 12 April 2018: An update to the Brien Holden Vision Institute Myopia Calculator has added features that include an ‘ethnicity’…
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