There is fascinating research at Johns Hopkins that could someday lead to treatment for degenerative eye diseases.
More than 2 million Americans have macular degeneration and another 8 million are at high risk. The best way to deal with it is to get an eye exam and get out in front of it.
According to new information, a portable screening device to screen for vision problems in infants can be used as early as 6 months of age.
It’s hard to think of something more important than your sight. But many people take their eyes for granted. And the eyes are often overlooked when it comes to your health.
There are many causes, or suspected causes of dry eye syndrome. A surprising one is diet – in particular, omega-3s.
Scientists have found that blinking may be linked to how we pay attention, rather than simply a mechanism to lubricate the eyes.
There are many causes of a headache but one of the most commonly overlooked is poor vision that is not treated with glasses. The group that is most affected are children in grade school.
Most people have never heard of it but retinoblastoma is a rare cancer that forms in the eyes of babies and young children.
Springtime is the season when we see a growing number of cases of a common eye condition called conjunctivitis or pink eye.
The development of two drugs, ranibizumab and bevacizumab, have transformed care for age related macular degeneration.
If you stare at a dim light bulb without moving your eyes for about ten seconds, and then look at a blank wall or ceiling, you will likely see an afterimage of the light. Your brain may be playing tricks on your eyes.
Conjunctivitis is the medical term for pink eye, a condition most people have experienced, especially if they are parents of young children.
by KYW’s Michelle Durham Fourth of July would not be complete without fireworks, but one local physician is concerned because she has treated far too many injuries.