Hard to look away, hard to watch — mucus fishing is the latest viral video trend on TikTok and Instagram. But here’s why you shouldn’t do it.
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.
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.
Sleeping with both eyes open: It sounds like an idiom, but it’s a condition called nocturnal lagophthalmos. Learn how to treat it to prevent eye damage.
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Your under-eye bags are a constant companion. Learn what you can do at home and in the clinic to reduce eye bags.
You took a tumble or missed a catch. Now you have an impossible-to-miss black eye. Discover the best treatment options for it from a dermatologist.
There’s no question that vitamin deficiencies can cause eye problems. But will vitamins or supplements help eye health? A Cleveland Clinic expert says it depends on your condition.
Water helps you keep cool in hot weather, but it can pose a risk of eye irritation and infection. Find out how to protect your eyes around pools, lakes and water parks.
Styes in your eyes? Keep your eyes clean and resist the urge to rub, even during allergy season. This can go a long way toward avoiding these uncomfortable bumps.
It’s rare for the same medication to be used for both medicinal and cosmetic purposes. But bimatoprost (also sold as Latisse®) can do both. In addition to treating glaucoma, it can be used to grow and thicken eyelashes.