The Many Shades of Color Blindness
Being colorblind can mean a lot of different things, and only in rare cases does it mean seeing in black and white.
Heterochromia: When Eyes Don’t Match
What’s the first thing you notice about a person when you meet them?
What to Know About AMD
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a leading cause of irreversible vision loss for people over 50.
Is Blue Light Bad for Our Eyes?
How big of a role does a bright screen play in your nightly routine?
Reading Glasses, Bifocals, or Progressives?
As we age, the lenses in our eyes gradually lose their flexibility.
A Few Tips for Protecting Your Eyesight
Having healthy eyesight is a critical component of maintaining a good quality of life.
A Quick Glaucoma Crash Course
Human eyes are incredible and incredibly complicated.
Eyesight and Night Driving
As much as we might want to avoid it, we tend to end up driving at night more often in winter.
Know the Signs of Child Eye Problems
Healthy eyesight is hugely important to a child’s development and education.
How Getting Older Changes Our Eyes
Aging affects us in all kinds of ways, and that includes our eyesight.
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