Have you noticed that you’ve been squinting more than usual lately?
If your eyes don’t make enough tears to stay wet, or if your tears don’t hang around long enough to keep your eyes moist, you’re not alone with this bothersome condition.
Autumn is the favorite time of year for so many of us. And why not?
Your eyes contain delicate and complicated parts. The pair you’re born with are supposed to last your whole life.
If you haven’t already had a stye, you’ve probably seen them on other people. Styes are sensitive, red, swollen bumps on the rim of your eyelids.
“The eyes are the window to the soul” is an often-quoted phrase that relates to our eyes providing clues about our true character.
There are many conceptions and misconceptions about the best ways to protect your eyesight and about the habits that are most harmful.
Many of us take our eyesight for granted, even though we rely on it to process and navigate the world around us.
Lots of people aren’t aware of all of the numerous ways that the sun’s UV (ultraviolet) rays can harm their eyesight.
Too many people whose use eye drops don’t realize that they’re making the wrong choice for their particular condition.