Every few seconds, the eyes blink but it does not impede clear vision. A team of scientists explains how and why this happens.
Though carrots can't give you ultra-night vision, just like how the health officials said decades ago, the vitamin A content can help maintain healthy eyes.
A Harvard University-led study suggests that eating more nitrate-rich green leafy vegetables can significantly lower the risk of developing Glaucoma- an irreversible eye disease leading to vision loss and permanent blindness.
The discovery of three new glaucoma-causing genes offers fresh hopes in advancing early detection techniques, prevention methods, and treatment of glaucoma.
A new study found that the majority of the eye infection cases in 2010 could be tied to contact lenses.
Majority of computer users suffer from the symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) and a study shows that prolonged sitting while at your desks can increase your risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke.
A new study is reporting that outdoor activities can increase people's risk of getting exfoliation syndrome (XFS) in the eyes.
Technology eludes everyone, including children of age as early as five and six years. Spending more time in front of the screen is intimidating but as a side effect they also increase chances of developing vision problems.
There exists a clear frontier in the brain between the area that encodes information about what is immediately before the eyes, according to a new study.
Horses' large and highly mobile ears can help tell another horse where to direct its attention, a new study has found.
Ancient spiders had two sets of eyes, according to a new fossil study.
A new study found that exercise and occasional drinking could reduce one's risk of developing visual impairment.
A new state of matter has been discovered that is capable of being both crystal-like and a liquid, unlike anything we have ever seen before.
Loss of a particular layer of retinal cells might be linked to Alzheimer’s presence in the body, a new study claims.
Researchers report that plastic surgery only makes people appear three years younger and not any more attractive.
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.