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?
Presbyopia, or farsightedness caused by reduced elasticity of the eye’s lens, affects nearly everyone older than 65.
If you wear glasses, you know the never-ending struggle to keep them clean of streaks, spots, smudges, and scratches.
The optic nerve is what transmits visual data from the eye to the brain.