COVID Disinfecting With Germicidal Lamps Can Be 'Very Toxic' And May Damage EyesAs people look to prevent COVD-19 by disinfecting the world around them, doctors warn one method may be harmful to your eyes.
Focusing on You: Laser Vision Correction at Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteDr. William Culbertson, a laser vision surgeon at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute’s Laser Vision Center, discusses the center’s individualized approach to giving patients perfect vision at the nation’s number one eye hospital.
Focusing On You: A New Cure For Eye Infections At Bascom Palmer Eye InstituteDr. Guillermo Amescua, ophthalmologist, discusses a new method for treating eye infections at Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
Not Wearing Sunglasses Leads To Higher Risk For Vision DamageNot wearing sunglasses leaves your eyes at risk for vision damage.
Cousins Continue Family Legacy At UM Medical SchoolA family legacy continued Saturday at one medical school in Miami. First cousins Phillip and Paul Tenzel received their doctor of medicine degrees from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.
New Treatment Helps Those With Dry EyeA breakthrough for an eye condition which affects tens of million of Americans is right here in South Florida. It' not only treats the symptoms, but the problem.
Doctors Help 'Preemies' From Going BlindOne out of every nine babies in the U.S. is born prematurely which could to lead to health complications including serious vision problems.
UM Hospital: Two Employees Accessed & Tried To Sell Patient InformationTwo University of Miami Hospital employees have been fired after the school learned they allegedly stole patient information and then tried to sell it.
University Of Miami Patient Security Breach Information
U.S. News Ranks Miami's Bascom Palmer #1 - AgainWhen it comes to excellence in ophthalmology, the Bascom Palmer Rye Institute at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is clearly a winner.
UM Bascom Palmer's Vision Van Headed To JapanThe Bascom Palmer Eye Institute of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is getting involved in helping those in the earthquake and tsunami-ravaged northeastern region of Japan.