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.
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.
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.
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Most of us take photos of our kids and grandkids because they make us smile. But these photos also can provide useful — or even life-saving — information about eye health.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Opthamalogist Sumit Sharma, MD, answers this one.
People with a genetic link to age-related macular degeneration can lower their risk of developing the condition by changing their unhealthful habits,
Most eye injuries, like getting soap or a tiny foreign body in the eye, are minor. Others, such as those that occur in some work environments or during sports play, require prompt medical attention.
Tears are useful. They telegraph all kinds of feelings. They help you see clearly. They wash debris from your eyes. Here you’ll discover everything you need to know about tears. Why they taste salty. Why women cry more than men. What happens when you make too many tears. Why you get dry eye. And more.
Do kids really need back-to-school eye exams? Our expert explains why they’re a good idea.