When you look at an object, your eyes use six muscles that work together to produce an image. Strabismus develops when they fail to coordinate with each other, with one eye focusing in one direction and the other eye in another. This has led to the layman’s term “crossed eyes".
Most daily activities now involve technology. Whether at home, school, or work, you will deal with a blue light device. Spending prolonged time in front of the computer, for instance, can take a toll on your eyes. This results in digital eye strain or computer vision syndrome.
Many people are aware of the harmful effects of UV-A and UV-B radiation on the skin. However, they may not realize that they can also have long- and short-term negative effects on the eyes and vision. Over a short period, patients will likely experience photokeratitis, a painful,
Is eating carrots good for your eye health? Fortunately, our moms are partially right on encouraging us to eat carrots to improve our vision. While carrots have high levels of nutritional value, it’s unlikely that they’ll make significant impact in how well we see.
Over the years, more and more people have been diagnosed with diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, nearly 30 million Americans had diabetes in 2012, and the incidence was one million newly diagnosed cases each year. Additionally, 86 million Americans who are
Proper blinking can improve eye comfort, cleanse your eyes, and ease the strain on your vision. In particular, blinking exercises can help individuals with dry eye or keratoconus. Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care explains what you need to know about blinking, and talks about a few