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I’ve used buzzy contacts subscription startup Hubble for almost 3 years, but never thought twice about it until I learned why some doctors hate ...
I reconsidered wearing Hubble contacts after eye doctors said the lens material is outdated and the company risks selling patients incorrect contacts.
A woman can’t stop crying jagged ‘crystal’ tears and doctors are baffled by her ‘anatomically impossible’ condition
The 22-year-old in Armenia said she cries nearly 50 crystallized tears every day. One doctor said tear ducts are too small to pass crystals.
Candida auris can evolve so quickly, it can resist normal fungal treatments that are designed to kill it.
The boy's story was documented in a medical case study. He had nutritional optic neuropathy, which can be caused by drug use or poor diet.
These computer glasses reflect blue light and prevent screen-induced headaches — and they’re available with prescription lenses
Eyewear startup Felix Gray, known for their reflective computer glasses, recently started offering their styles with prescription lenses for $145 a pair.
Styes can be a very annoying ailment, but many people do not know how to properly treat them. Here's what you can do treat a stye.
Instagram influencers are promoting blue light glasses that are supposed to minimize eye strain, but the science behind them is overhyped
Instagram influencers are promoting blue-light blocking glasses, but some claims about their efficacy aren't supported by research.
Parasitic nematodes, also known as Loa loa worms or African eyeworms, are parasites spread primarily by the bites of flies. People often don't notice they're infected until they spot a worm wriggling in their eye.
5 things you’re doing every day that could be hurting your eyes, even if you think you have perfect vision
Your eyes are precious, but people often take them for granted by avoiding eye exams or staring at screens for too long. We know that looking directly into the sun can hurt our eyes, but what else are we doing to harm our eye health without realizing it?
A woman found 14 worms hiding in her eye after it got red and scratchy — showing that a new species is capable of infecting humans
An Oregon woman found 14 Thelazia gulosa worms in her eye. They can infect cattle, but this is the first known case in a human.