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An ‘odd-eyed’ cat with a genetic condition that makes her eyes different colors is stealing the internet’s heart
Niu Nai has become an Instagram star in China and beyond. Her owner Clare Zheng spoke exclusively to INSIDER about social media's new favorite feline.
From having watery eyes to experiencing frequent headaches, here are some common signs you could need glasses.
A psychopath's pupils don't dilate what they see something scary, as they don't tend to feel threatened when the rest of us do.
A 14-year-old girl has reportedly been crying bloody tears for years, but her condition is still a mystery
A teen girl has been crying bloody tears for three years, according to a report. After seeing many doctors, however, she's still searching for a diagnosis.
Stacey Peoples has warned others about the potential dangers of swimming in contact lenses after a parasitic infection partially blinded her.
Novartis is going after a $5 billion market with a new treatment for vision loss. That’s a big threat to Regeneron
Novartis' drug brolucizumab just showed that it wasn't any worse than Eylea, a drug from Regeneron, at treating an eye disease.
The one thing your sunglasses need if you’re doing snow or water sports, according to the founders of a luxury eyewear brand
Business Insider spoke to the founders of luxury eyewear brand Taylor Morris about all things sunglasses. The founders, Hugo Taylor and Charlie Morris, told us that it's key to wear polarized lenses when doing any snow or water sports.
Blue light emitted by smartphones and laptops accelerates blindness by making a molecule in our eyes toxic, according to a new study
Blue light in our digital devices transforms molecules in the eye's retina into cell killers, according to a new study. Exposing blue light to cells triggers reactions that generate poisonous chemical molecules in photoreceptor cells, the researchers found.
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?
Novartis on Friday showed that its drug, brolucizumab, worked as well as an existing drug that's used to treast age-related macular degeneration.