They say that the eyes are the windows to the soul. When you first meet someone eye contact is important. Whether you are consciously aware of it or not, any time you are talking to [...]
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Human beings have been using various types of cosmetics to alter the appearance of the eyelids, eye brows, cheeks, and eyelashes for thousands of years. Though in recent years the pronounced use of mascara, false [...]
Macular degeneration is a condition affecting the eyes, that causes the gradual loss of the central field of vision. Since it comes on slowly some people don’t notice the earliest stages of macular degeneration. It’s [...]
Color blindness is a term used to describe “Color Visual Deficiency” which affects an individual's ability to accurately perceive color. Though it’s worth noting that different types of color blindness affect different people in different [...]
The old adage is that “The eyes are the window to the soul,” which is supposed to tell you something about the intentions or emotions of another person. Though a steadily growing body of research [...]
Contact lenses are a very popular, versatile, and convenient way to correct a wide range of vision problems. While they are designed to go into and come out of the eye easily, there are none-the-less [...]
Statistically, people over the age of 40 are increasingly likely to develop vision problems called presbyopia. For most this is a natural part of the aging process and it represents an unavoidable change in the [...]
Graves disease is also known as “Thyroid Eye Disease.” It is a condition where imbalances in the thyroid gland and the body’s own immune system cause a variety of complications in and around the tissues [...]
The eyes rely on the free flow of blood to operate correctly. When this flow is interrupted it can lead to retinal damage and other complications that can put an individual at increased risk of [...]
Swollen eyelids are often attributed to some type of inflammation or excess fluid, known as edema that affects the connective tissues surrounding one or both eyes and can affect the upper or lower eyelids respectively. [...]