Eye discomfort might not sound like that big of a deal on paper, but it can seriously hamper your quality of life. At the same time, eye injuries like a corneal abrasion can also affect [...]
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A refreshing dip in the pool is one of the true joys of summer. At the same time, swimming is also a great exercise for staying healthy, without having to worry about the major impact [...]
Ocular migraines, sometimes called retinal migraines, are a somewhat rare, yet alarming condition that often causes temporary vision loss or potentially temporary blindness in one eye. A lot of ocular migraines are caused by or [...]
Blepharitis is a technical term used to describe general eyelid inflammation that leads to symptoms such as red, swollen eyelids as well as crusty eyelashes, and general eye irritation. Unfortunately, Blepharitis tends to be one [...]
Some athletes note just how critical vision is in their overall performance. The famous baseball player Rod Carew claimed that when batting he watched the ball come out of the pitcher's hands and paid attention [...]
If you need or are thinking about getting contacts, you might be wondering what the best type is for you? Daily contact lens, weekly, monthly? While there are certainly some special features out there that [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]