Put down the eyebrow tweezers, and stay calm: There is hope for overplucked brows!
You know that itchy, watery eyes are a sign that your allergies are kicking in. But did you know that eye symptoms can also give you clues about many other health conditions, like diabetes and high blood pressure?
As we get older, our risk of developing cataracts, glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration goes up. Take these small steps now to manage your screen time, sun time and nutrition, and your eyes will thank you.
Environmentally friendly and cost-effective LED lights are lighting up our lives. But are LED lights bad for you and your retina? Read more about the recent studies pointing to a problem and screen time recommendations to protect your children’s health.
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It seems like you always have red eyes, and people are starting to notice. Read more about the most common causes for red or bloodshot eyes and when you should see an eye doctor about them.
Rubbing your eyes throughout the day can cause damage beyond the surface level.
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.
When you can’t seem to find relief from allergy symptoms, your eyes may be bothering you for another reason.
There’s more to your choice of sunglasses than aviators or wrap-arounds. Our ophthalmologist explains what to look for to best protect your eyes.
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.