Researchers 3D-Print A Human Cornea, May Save Millions From BlindnessResearchers at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom have successfully created the first ever 3D-printed cornea
Woman Who Gouged Out Her Own Eyes: 'I Thought I Was Sacrificing Myself For The World'The woman who tore out her own eyes in a drug-induced frenzy has returned home and is telling reporters what led her to that horrific day.
Mother Of Woman Who Gouged Out Her Own Eyes Speaks, Sets Up GoFundMe For DaughterThe mother of a South Carolina woman who gouged out her own eyeballs says her daughter was under the influence of drugs during the horrific incident.
Headaches May Indicate EyestrainWhen we talk about eyestrain we often think of people in their forties or fifties, but it is not a problem limited to just older people.
Study Finds Vitamins Help Prevent Vision LossVitamin B and folic acid help prevent age-related vision loss.
Study: Super-long Eyelashes Might Be Pretty, But They Could Be Harmful To Your EyesFake eyelashes might grace the red carpet on a regular basis, but they’re not practical in real life. In fact, they can even be harmful.
Research Provides Hope For Degenerative Eye DiseasesThere is fascinating research at Johns Hopkins that could someday lead to treatment for degenerative eye diseases.
Looking Out For Macular DegenerationMore 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.
Infants Being Screened For Vision ProblemsAccording to new information, a portable screening device to screen for vision problems in infants can be used as early as 6 months of age.
Don't Overlook Eye HealthIt’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.
Diet May Affect Dry Eye SyndromeThere are many causes, or suspected causes of dry eye syndrome. A surprising one is diet - in particular, omega-3s.
Blinking May Be Linked To Thought ProcessScientists have found that blinking may be linked to how we pay attention, rather than simply a mechanism to lubricate the eyes.