Researchers at UCL suggested that pancake batter is analogous to the white of the eye and can reveal something about fluid build up behind thin sheets.
Leafy vegetables rich in nitrate lowered risk of primary open-angle glaucoma which could impair vision without revealing symptoms.
Look in the mirror before you make an important decision. New research reveals that the reliability of out decisions can be predicted by the size of our pupils, which are located at the center of our eyes.
Researchers have discovered a novel cause of glaucoma in an animal model, according to a new study. Based on the study findings, researchers are also developing an eye drop aimed at curing the disease.
Residential geography, time spent in the sun, and whether or not sunglasses are worn may help explain why some people develop exfoliation syndrome (XFS), according to new study.
According to a new study, changes in the eye can predict changes in the brain before physical symptoms show up.
Cosmetic eyelid surgery that involves specific nerves may do more than just improving looks. According to a new study, the surgery might provide migraine relief for some.
The mother of 16-year-old, Alexander "AJ" Betts Jr., who died from attempted suicide, was shocked to find out that her son's eyes were ineligible for donation because of his sexual orientation.
A research team at the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute, Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto has developed a new drug approach for safer clean-up of deformed blood vessels in the eye.
Use of statins is linked to a higher risk for developing cataracts, a new research suggests.
Two new non-invasive eye tests are entering trials to test their effectiveness in detecting Alzheimer's.
Patients may soon be able to answer questions using only the pupils of their eyes.
A new study reveals that exposure to high altitude could cause retinal vessel leakage.
After the treatment, his vision was measured to be 20/40, which means that he can see.
Women have been attempting to enhance their eyelashes since before Cleopatra was alive.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.