Weekly social media roundup.

Goals for the week: try not to be this guy.

A Florida ophthalmologist was sentenced to 10 years in prison for performing fake surgery on AMD patients.

Think you’re pretty handy?

Here are instructions on how to build a retinal camera for $185.

Take an ocular walkabout.

Check out this virtual reality tour of your eye.

Your eyes are lying.

New eye tracking research shows that eyes move differently when you look at someone you know vs a stranger.  This may be useful in law enforcement when criminal accomplices deny that they know other members in their networks.

Get your social media ready.

April is women’s eye health and safety awareness month.  More women than men face vision problems and Prevent Blindness has a great resource for patient education.

Jaclyn Garlich
Dr. Garlich graduated from the New England College of Optometry in 2010 and completed a residency in primary care and ocular disease at the St. Louis VA. In 2013, she developed an optometry clinical reference mobile app available in the iTunes store. In 2016, she founded 20/20 Glance, a weekly optometry newsletter that gives a rundown on clinically relevant optometry news in an easy to digest format.

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