The second leading cause of blindness has no warning signs and some surprising risk factors.
When it comes to reading, there are some key differences between computer screens, e-readers, and printed books and newspapers. The question is, how does each affect our eyes?
During the course of our lifetime, our eyes witness countless breathtaking moments.
Our sense of vision is a wonderfully beautiful and complex part of our everyday life.
We all have a nightly routine. But what we may not realize is that some of our bedtime habits could be harming our eyes and overall health.
Did you know that roughly a quarter of a million children are seen in hospital emergency rooms each year due to toy-related injuries?
The way we perceive the world depends largely on our mood.
More than 29 million people in the United States are living with diabetes. 86 million Americans—more than one out of three—have prediabetes, and vision problems are one of the foremost complications accompanying this disease.