Although men and women have a lot in common, there are a few differences when it comes to eyesight and vision health.
Have you ever experienced a strange disruption to your vision, such as zigzagging circles or a blindspot surrounded by wavy lines?
We cry for all kinds of reasons: a stubbed toe, a particularly poignant scene in a movie, freshly cut onions — the list goes on.
Anyone who doesn’t have color blindness might expect it to work like black-and-white photography.
Whether you prefer glasses or contacts, there are specific things you need to do to take care of them.
Laughter lines, retirement, and grandchildren are a few of the benefits of growing old. One of the drawbacks is the risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Nearly two decades into the 21st century, most of us have nightly rituals that include checking our smartphones before bed.
Contact lenses probably seem like a pretty recent invention, right?