- What was supposed to be a fun event soon turned into a nightmare for a young mother who contracted a flesh-eating bacteria in her eye during a Mud Run.
- Doctors in Peru successfully removed a 3-centimeter worm from a boy’s eye with basil and tweezers.
- The famous spinning dancer optical illusion is an ambiguous image whose direction can be determined by your visual preference.
- Contact lenses change the microbial environment of your eye, possibly increasing the chances of infection.
- With all the time we spend on our computers, tablets, and smartphones, it's important to remember we have lives away from the screens, too.
- Squinting helps overcome blurriness by changing the eye shape and the amount of light entering the eye.
- Permanent contact lenses of the future will improve perfect vision by three times.
- It's tempting to use household objects to make DIY makeup, but not all of them are necessarily safe.
- An Illinois mother saved her 2-year-old son's life after finding a sign of cancer in one of his photos.
- Here's the science behind why we actually cry every second of our lives, and the three different types of tears we produce.
- Those weird floating things you can sometimes see in the corner of your eye are not living organisms, but rather shadows of objects in your eye.
- A new virtual method can simulate movement in order to determine a person's balance control.
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