Each of your eyes is a complicated system of membranes, lenses, ducts, liquids and other components that work together to create your ability to see.
People who wear glasses want their eyewear to supplement their style.
It’s summer and many of us will spend hours keeping cool by splashing around in pools, hot tubs, sprinklers and other swimming facilities that use chlorine.
Blinking has worked its way into the vernacular in a number of ways, from something occurring “in the blink of an eye,” to an out-of-commision refrigerator being “on the blink.
Many people have heard the word “astigmatism” but aren’t sure what it means. In a perfect world, everyone’s eyeball is precisely round.
Tears get a bad rap. They’re often seen as signs of sadness, weakness or loneliness. In truth, they should be welcomed with joy because of the many positive effects they have on our eyesight.
As open-air temperatures begin to rise, so do the amounts of time that people spend in the great outdoors—often in environments that are bright, hot, humid and riddled with sun glare.
Headaches are among the most common health complaints, and there are many possible causes for them.