All Eye Health Topics

Do Glasses Make Your Eyes Worse? Aug 11, 2016

Do glasses make your eyes worse? It may seem so but is not true. Eyeglasses are made to help you see more clearly and they do not make your eyes weak. View Full Article...

Red Eyes in the Morning Aug 04, 2016

Red eyes in the morning may be the inflammation of small blood vessels resulting from insufficient sleep or irritation. It's usually harmless, but do see a doctor if it persists. View Full Article...

How to Prevent a Stye Jul 17, 2016

How to prevent a stye? Managing stress, using warm compress and other 7 methods work wonders to prevent a stye. Some home remedies such as green tea can be used as treatment! View Full Article...

Laser Surgery for Glaucoma Jun 27, 2016

Laser surgery for glaucoma drains fluid from the eye, reducing high pressure. There're different types of laser therapy options based on your specific condition. View Full Article...

How to Get Something Out of Your Eye Jun 11, 2016

Learn how to get something out of your eye with eyewash, tap water and tissue. See your doctor if you can't remove the foreign objects or you experience persistent pain. View Full Article...

How to Change Your Eye Color May 13, 2016

How to change your eye color? It is not that difficult. Here're 5 methods, ranging from diet, emotion, contact lenses to surgeries. Know the details now! View Full Article...

What Colorblind People See? Apr 29, 2016

Ever wonder what colorblind people see? See the comparison photos between normal vision and the vision of color vision deficiencies to learn how some people see the world. View Full Article...

Acupressure Points for Eyes Apr 19, 2016

Acupressure points for the eyes are primarily located around the outer rim or in the eyebrows, or align the nose. Find them here and follow instructions for eye health. View Full Article...

Sleeping with Eyes Open Apr 07, 2016

Sleeping with eyes open may indicate lagophthalmos, which can cause redness and pain due to dryness. In mild case, ointments and fake tears can help. If serious, see a doctor. View Full Article...

Why Do I Have One Pupil Bigger than the Other? Mar 29, 2016

You may have one pupil bigger than the other because of trauma, side effects of medications, damages to the eye nerves and it can even be a genetic condition that is normal. View Full Article...

 
 
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