There are many different ways a person can be colorblind, and only the rarest type results in seeing in black and white.
Statistically, the first thing we notice about a person when we meet them is their eye color.
How much of your nightly routine is lit up by a bright screen?
For people age fifty and older, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a leading cause of permanent vision loss.
The older we get, the more the lenses in our eyes lose their flexibility.
Healthy eyesight is an important part of having a good quality of life.
So many intricate parts have to work together to make clear eyesight possible.
The days are shorter in winter, so we inevitably end up driving at night a little more.