- New technology helps improve legally blind patients' ability to read an email, newspaper article, menu or page in a book, study finds.
- A new survey found that most Americans are lax in their sunglass wear, and also underestimate the damage of UV rays on eye health.
- A woman from Florida who lost her vision 21 years ago as the result of a car accident regained her vision following yet another accident.
- The 1986 explosion of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant released catastrophic amounts of radiation into the air. How did this affect surrounding populations?
- This app could make navigating a smart phone easier for those with poor vision.
- An over-the-counter antihistamine may be able to reverse chronic vision damage caused by multiple sclerosis, study finds.
- Researchers in Germany have developed mini retinas that allow them to study eye development and diseases.
- People who sleep with their contact lenses in tend to have a higher risk for vision loss and other complications.
- SciShow breaks down the biology behind our eye gunk.
- Stanford researchers may have figured out how to make contacts more comfortable.
- According to a new study, bacteria on the eyes of contact lens users is alarmingly similar to that on the surface of their skin.
- Photographer Tiziana Vergari takes viral Instagram photo of girls that leaves the Internet confused.
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