Red, irritated eyes are often caused by allergies or dust. But they’re sometimes a sign of something that needs a doctor’s attention.
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Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, can cause eye pain, itchiness and irritation. An expert shares how you can treat the symptoms of this common condition in the comfort of your home — and when to seek medical care.
Bright LED headlights are annoying, but when you have astigmatism, driving at night can be especially difficult — and dangerous. Our ophthalmologist discusses five tips for safe nighttime driving.
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As our enthusiasm for using computers, tablets and smartphones grows, our eyes are paying the price. Find expert tips on how to deal with computer vision syndrome (CVS) from an ophthalmologist.
If something gets in one or both of your eyes, it’s important to act quickly to flush the liquid or object out. Learn what else you need to know from an ophthalmologist.
From self-cleaning to infection-fighting, crusty eyes actually have a purpose. Learn more from our expert.
If you’re bothered by drooping eyelids and sagging skin around your eyes, injections or restorative surgical options could help them look more youthful. Learn more here.
Wonder why you might be crying more — or less — than other people? Here are some reasons why we cry and what your tears are made of.
How well do over-the-counter “cheaters” work for reading — and when is it better to invest in prescription glasses? Eye and vision experts have the clear answer.