What causes Dry Eye Syndrome? DES has many causes, which explains why millions are affected. The most common causes include....
As the name suggests, these devices occlude (block) the punctum, or tear duct, which is the drainage duct that carries tears away from the surface of the eye.
Sunglasses are a necessary part of contact lens wear. Contact lenses improve your appearance and fit your active lifestyle. However, if you are like most contact lens wearers...
Do you have a teenager at home who suddenly "rebelled" against wearing his or her glasses? Maybe it's time to consider contact lenses for your young teen.
When using your computer, do you experience symptoms like headaches, eye strain, blurred vision, eye irritation, double vision, excessive tears or dry eyes, pain in the eyes or excessive blinking or squinting?
A good education for your child means good schools, good teachers and good vision. Your child's eyes are constantly in use in the classroom and at play.
When eye injuries occur, knowing how to deal with them can mean the difference between minor eye damage and permanent injury, or even blindness. Here are some first aid suggestions for eye injuries.
From the moment of birth, your child is learning to see. He or she progresses from the newborn's blurry world of light and dark to the school-age child's sophisticated ability to handle complex vision tasks.
Human eyes have a certain degree of natural protection, but every year, thousands of people suffer accidental eye injuries. Many injuries could be prevented if people would wear proper eye protection.
Treatment for certain eye conditions, diseases or infections may require you to put ointment in your eyes. If the doctor prescribes ointments, be sure to follow all directions about using them.
Color vision deficiency means that your ability to distinguish some colors and shades is less than normal. It occurs when the color-sensitive cone cells in your eyes do not properly pick up or send the proper color signals to your brain.
Thousands of eye injuries, which often result in permanent vision loss, occur each Fourth of July from accidents with fireworks. Be safe this Fourth of July and enjoy the public fireworks displays that many communities sponsor.
During the infant and toddler years, your child has been developing many vision skills and has been learning how to see. In the preschool years, this process continues, as your child develops visually...