Emily Schoemmell

New therapies needed for allergy symptoms, quality of lifeHalf of patients with ocular allergies report experiencing symptoms year-round. While nearly all of them take eye drops to treat their symptoms, the majority report limited or no effect from over-the-counter drops, according to a new survey. The results suggest that new treatment approaches would improve both symptoms and quality of life.
Key trends show eye allergies frequentRecent data show that although ocular allergies are common, the majority of sufferers do not seek medical help beyond over-the-counter drugs.