Your eyes are delicate organs with many intricate components. Most people spend all of their waking hours with their eyes open.
People with vision loss aren’t blind; they can see but just not very well. Vision loss makes being out and about in public challenging and somewhat stressful.
Most refractive errors, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, can be easily corrected with the right eyeglass prescription.
About 45 million Americans age 18 and older wear contact lenses. Ninety-three percent of them use soft lenses.
Eyewear has played a significant role in many people’s lives since 1727, when British opticianEdward Scarlett invented eyeglasses frames that could be positioned over the ears and nose.
Think of each of your eyes as a complex and delicate machine—such as a fine-quality, high-performance Italian sports car.
If your eyes don’t make enough tears to stay wet or if your tears don’t hang around long enough to keep your eyes moist, you’re not alone with this bothersome condition.
The popularity of workplace computers in the 1980s marked the beginning of a new era in technology.
Your eyes can get dry for a lot of reasons. A lot of people have the same problem, especially as they age.
Halos don’t appear only above angels. Eyes sometimes develop these bright circles when you’re looking at bright lights in a dark or dim environment, such as headlights at night.
Suddenly seeing dark spots creep into your field of vision can be alarming — especially when you can’t brush them away or rinse them out like a speck of dust.
Your eyes are a vulnerable duo. They’re open all of your waking hours and are susceptible to innumerable invaders. Your natural inclination is to rid your eyes of any foreign matter.