Young Filmmakers Celebrate Oscars With Insta-Shorts
'GMA Live' asked film schools across the country for their best Instagram video Oscar parodies.
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Ginger Zee and Ryan Smith sample gourmet chili from The Manhattan Chili Co.
Common Eye Problems, Solved
Thanks to new technology—from disposable contacts to LASIK—it has never been easier to guarantee perfect vision without having to wear clunky specs or reading glasses. (And even if frames are your thing, you can get trendy ones cheaper than ever through mail-order sites, like warbyparker.com.) The
'Point Break': Where Are They Now?
With a Remake in the Works, Here's a Look at What Happened to the Cast of the Action Classic
The Apple/Google Rumor Mill
Matt Miller with a look at the stories Wall St. will be keeping an eye on today.
Bausch & Lomb settles 600 eye fungus lawsuits
Contact lens maker Bausch & Lomb Inc. had an overriding reason for going private in 2007: It wanted to handle a devastating recall of its flagship lens cleaner, its chief executive said, "without a lot of outside distraction." Over the past year, away from the glare of public scrutiny, the optical
FDA Goes After Unapproved Eye Washes, Skin Ointments
Salt solutions, topicals containing papain face seizure after adverse events reported.
Novartis to buy majority of Alcon
Swiss drugmaker Novartis agreed to pay Nestlé $39 billion for 77% of eye-care leader Alcon in a two-step deal that would make Novartis the world's biggest maker of eye-care products. The purchase, to be completed in 2010 or 2011, is the biggest ever in the eye-care sector and one of the largest
Memo Blasts State Dept. Iraq Effort
In a confidential memo, a long-time Republican operative who has served in the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad for the past year says the State Department's efforts in Iraq are so poorly managed they "would be considered willfully negligent if not criminal" if done in the private sector. "We have brought
Doctors Answers Questions About Eye Surgery
Almost everyone older than 45 will develop presbyopia, or the loss of close-up vision. Some cope by wearing reading glasses or contact lenses, but surgical options are becoming increasingly popular. Are these surgeries safe? What is the recovery like? Who is a good candidate? Here, tackling a