Eye health is an important part of your overall health. Learn steps you can take to protect those peepers, and why it's necessary to get yearly eye exams.
Getting an eye twitch is not a pleasant feeling, and not all eye twitches are the same. Learn more about the causes of your twitch to prevent it from happening again in the future.
A look at the leading causes of eye allergies and irritations and ways to relieve them.
Maintaining good eye health goes far beyond making sure your vision isn’t blurry. Eye doctors conduct a wide variety of tests to examine and assess the quality and health of your vision, as well as identify any health problems that could result in vision loss.
A deeper dive into blue light and how to limit your exposure using blue light lenses and computer glasses.
Similar to a fingerprint, your eyes are specific to only you. No one else shares the same shape, color, and appearance.
Astigmatism affects nearly 1 in 3 people in the United States and can be the cause of vision problems and headaches. Thankfully, there are multiple ways to correct for astigmatism.
Amblyopia is a vision development disorder when one eye has better vision than the other. This disorder is commonly referred to as “lazy eye” due to one eye having a lower quality of vision than the other.
Learn the symptoms, causes, and treatment for hyperopia (farsightedness).
Learn the symptoms, causes, and treatment for myopia (nearsightedness).
Learn about the common eye disorders and diseases such as astigmatism, hyperopia, myopia, and more.
Learn how to prevent digital eye strain and protect your eyes while looking at a computer screen for long periods of time.
Understand the differences between an optometrist and an ophthalmologist to decide which one is best suited for you.