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.
Put down the eyebrow tweezers, and stay calm: There is hope for overplucked brows!
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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?
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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.
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