Our skin might be mostly bundled up from the cold, keeping it safe from UV rays, but what about our eyes? And what about other ways our eyes are vulnerable in the winter months?
Have you ever heard the expressions “green with envy,” “feeling blue,” or “seeing red”? It turns out that the colors we see and the emotions we feel have a very interesting relationship.
People have been using makeup to enhance their unique, natural features for thousands of years, but sometimes it can jeopardize the health of our eyes. Learn how to keep your routine safe and avoid these risks.
Being nearsighted or farsighted are not the only problems they can have with their eyesight. There are plenty of other vision problems that can negatively impact a child’s learning.
Have you ever wondered why people have different eye colors? Check out our blog post for some cool facts about the genetics behind them!
Before we head outdoors, we need to make sure we’re protecting ourselves from the sun’s UV rays, both with sunscreen for our skin and with sunglasses for our eyes.
Seasonal allergies affect millions of people every year, and they can be particularly hard on our eyes, leaving them red, itchy, and watery. Why does this happen and what can we do about it?
Have you ever experienced a strange disruption to your vision, such as zigzagging circles or a blindspot surrounded by wavy lines? If so, you may have had an ocular migraine.