Eyes: 15 Things Didn't Know About Them
Explore little known facts about your eyes like how often you blink, the age at which you start producing tears, and why eye transplants aren't possible--yet.
Cataracts: Common Condition, Quick Correction
Americans are living longer, but our eyes don’t always keep up. Cataracts happen to almost everyone of a certain age. But, surgery to remove them is easy and quick.
Contact Lens Malfunction? Vision Problem Masks Stroke
When a patient came in complaining of contact lenses suddenly going blurry, one veteran optometrist knew immediately to look for something more serious.
Guys and their eyes: Answers to men's top 5 questions
VSP answers men's top 5 questions about eye health and eyewear.
Presbyopia: The 40-something Eyesight Challenge
No, your arms aren’t shorter. Your eyes are getting older. And, if you’re holding things farther away to see them, you could have presbyopia.
Seniors’ Sight: Yearly Checkups a Must
With age come more conditions – visual and otherwise – to keep tabs on. All it takes is a simple annual exam to do just that. An eye care doctor shares info about some of the conditions most often caught and treated in annual checkups.
Tears–No Crying Matter
Tears are made up of three layers, change chemically depending on their purpose, and decrease in quantity as we age.