The risk of cataracts increases with age. Learn what causes them and how to protect your eyes.
It’s the most common non-elective surgery in the United States. Recent innovations include laser-assisted cataract surgery.
A swollen bump in the eyelid. Learn about causes and treatments.
Clinical Trials Related to Eye Diseases
Find out the status of clinical trials for treatment of glaucoma, macular degeneration, blepharitis and other eye problems and diseases.
About 80 percent of adults have been exposed to the cytomegalovirus (CMV), but it mostly affects people with poor immune systems, such as AIDS patients.
Learn the varieties of color vision deficiency and how to cope with color blindness.
Common Eye Disorders
How to identify and manage everyday eye problems.
Concussion, TBI and Vision
Up to 90 percent of people who suffer from concussion or other traumatic brain injury experience vision problems such as blurry vision, sensitivity to light and difficulties with eye movements. Learn what can be done.
Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)
What you can do about redness, swelling, itching and tearing of pink eye. Learn about pink eye treatment and the various conjunctivitis types. Find out answers to common questions such as how long pink eye lasts, how to get rid of pink eye and how long pink eye is contagious.
Eye injuries and diseases like keratoconus may require a cornea transplant, using healthy tissue from an eye donor.
Corneal Abrasion (Scratched Eye)
A scratched cornea is usually very painful. What to do if it happens to you.
Corneal Collagen Crosslinking
Not yet FDA-approved, these procedures can strengthen the front surface of the eye and help keratoconus patients avoid a cornea transplant.
Treatment may help prevent scarring on your eye.