There’s more to your choice of sunglasses than aviators or wraparounds. An ophthalmologist explains what to look for to best protect your eyes from harmful UV rays and glare.
You may be tempted to pop a stye, but an expert explains why you should think twice about that, and what you should do instead.
If you have a stye, you’re probably looking for ways to treat it at home. An expert explains how using a warm compress and other at-home treatments can help.
The eye color you have today will probably stay with you for the rest of your life. If you see a change in hue, it’s best to get to an eye doctor to learn why.
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If it’s looking like streetlights or headlights are surrounded by circles or rings, you probably know what we mean by “halo vision.” An ophthalmologist shares common reasons for this blurry effect and when to get your eyes checked.
Red, irritated eyes are often caused by allergies or dust. But they’re sometimes a sign of something that needs a doctor’s attention.
Curious about lash lifts? Lash lifts are essentially a perm for your eyelashes. But learn the risks before giving this trendy beauty hack a try.
Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, can cause eye pain, itchiness and irritation. An expert shares how you can treat the symptoms of this common condition in the comfort of your home — and when to seek medical care.
Bright LED headlights are annoying, but when you have astigmatism, driving at night can be especially difficult — and dangerous. Our ophthalmologist discusses five tips for safe nighttime driving.
As our enthusiasm for using computers, tablets and smartphones grows, our eyes are paying the price. Find expert tips on how to deal with computer vision syndrome (CVS) from an ophthalmologist.