Sunshine on your shoulders can make you happy, but sunshine on your eyes may cause growths that permanently alter your appearance. Learn about these common eye growths and how to protect yourself.
Learn about various lens implants for cataracts, including premium lenses that may eliminate the need for glasses. This article is based on the author's personal experience with cataract surgery.
Are your eyes red, itchy, irritated, crusty, watery, and making you miserable? You may wonder if your symptoms suggest pink eye, allergies, or even a more serious medical condition. Here's some help.
Do you struggle to insert and remove your contact lenses? Do you find it impossible to see in the mirror at the same time? Learn to insert and remove your contact lenses quickly and simply!
What causes an eyelid to twitch? This article discusses 10 scientific reasons (and throws in a superstitious reason, for good measure).
You'd love to throw away your glasses, but Lasik (laser eye surgery) scares you. At last, there's an alternative—orthokeratology! OrthoK involves wearing special lenses at night that gently correct the shape of your eyes while you sleep,
Pterygium and Pinguecula are both caused by damage to the conjunctiva (a transparent, thin membrane that covers the white of our eye. There is a tendency to mistake one condition for the other.
No matter what the cause, having permanently enlarged red veins on the whites of your eyes can really take a toll on a person’s self esteem.
Eye twitching will usually be experienced by everyone at some point in their lives. For the most part, it's normal, but sometimes can be caused from other disorders. Here are the causes...
An infant with sticky eyes, or an adult with teary, watery eyes, may have a tear duct blockage. Learn about home remedies and surgical treatment options for blocked tear ducts.
Five tips for cleaning and disinfecting your soft contact lenses, as well as ways to make your contact lenses last longer.
A forceful sneeze or cough may cause tiny blood vessels in your eye to rupture. This type of event is called a subconjunctival hemorrhage.