You may be wondering what are tears made of? Why do tears taste salty? Do women cry more than men? Or what happens when you make too many tears? Here are some amazing facts about the fluid that fills our eyes.
When are memory lapses a normal part of aging, and when are they potentially an early sign of Alzheimer’s disease? A geriatric medicine specialist explains.
Do kids really need back-to-school eye exams? Our expert explains why they’re a good idea.
Contact lenses are prescription-strength “glasses” worn on the surface of the eye. Lenses are an option for most age groups and vision needs.
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Your eyes can tell you, and your doctor, plenty about your health. From diabetes, to high blood pressure, to inflammatory conditions and even metastatic cancer.
Your daily contact lens routine may seem to be working well. But experts say some common practices, like sleeping in your contacts, can be threatening to eye health.
Mascara and eyeliner can enhance your eyes, but there are dangers you should know about. Get 7 tips on how to keep your eyes healthy when you use makeup.
The lack of daylight in the evening can limit some people’s ability to see and get around. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Has your vision been a little wonky since you’ve hit the big 4-0? Find out if the changes are normal or if they might be related to something else.
Most of us can’t escape having to use digital screens in our everyday lives. So you may be tempted to reach for blue light blocking glasses to help your eyes. An ophthalmologists discusses.