Do you wonder why your eyes are irritated and your eyelids are swollen? Here are eight things that could cause that — and tips to make it go away.
Take care of your eyes. Get a better understanding of those strange flashers and floaters you’re seeing.
How well do over-the-counter “cheaters” work — and when is it really better to invest in prescription reading glasses? Optometrist Robert Engel, OD, offers The Short Answer.
Do you ever wonder about the crusty stuff in the corners of your eyes when you wake up in the morning? Find out why it’s there and when excess eye discharge could signal a problem.
Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not endorse non-Cleveland Clinic products or services. Policy
Diabetic retinopathy is the leading eye disease for people with diabetes. Learn more about how adding omega-3 fatty acids to your diet may lower your risk.
Styes in your eyes? Keeping the eyes clean and resist the urge to rub, even during allergy season. This can go a long way toward avoiding these troublesome bumps.
There’s nothing worse than trying to focus during the day with an annoying eye twitch that won’t stop. Find out if it’s a symptom of something serious.
Some people with macular degeneration take a vitamin supplement like zinc to help protect against vision loss. But is that the best choice? Research shows a mix of specific vitamins and minerals that can be safer and more effective.
Could your aspirin use be putting your eyesight at risk for age-related macular degeneration (AMD)? Learn about the health benefits and potential risks of regular aspirin use.
A white cloudy spot on a child’s pupil in flash photos isn’t always a photo error. It can serve as a sign of a rare but dangerous form of childhood eye cancer called retinoblastoma.