3D Exposed—Bring the latest technology home
3D entertainment has expanded from the movie theatre and moved into our homes. Learn how to enjoy the experience from your living room and find out when enough is enough.
6 spooky stunts that won't wreck your eyes
Eyes have many practical functions, but these 6 spooky eye stunts give you a new appreciation for what your eyes can do.
A Brief Look At Correctable Vision Problems
Many common vision conditions are correctable with the help of an eye care professional and a prescription for corrective lenses.
Allergies Can Mean Misery for Contact Lens Wearers
For contact lens wearers, allergy season can be misery season. There are things you can do to ease the discomfort.
Color "Blindness" Not Really Blindness At All
It’s not really blindness, but a deficiency. 12 million American men have it, but there are techniques and tools that can help.
Combat Computer Vision Syndrome
Learn six easy things you can do to help minimize the impact of Computer Vision Syndrome.
Crossed Eyes (strabismus)
Being cross eyed is not the same as having a lazy eye, but these conditions can be related. Both appear most often in young children and can often be fixed if treated in time.
The condition commonly referred to as "dry eye" has many causes. Aging and environmental factors are the most common causes of dry eye.
Dry Eye Syndrome a Sign of Overactive Thyroid
Problems with your eyes can often signal other things. In one woman’s case, her dry, irritated eyes had a direct link to an overactive thyroid gland.
Embarrassing eye conditions to watch out for
Eye conditions like sties, pink eye, and blepharitis can be embarrassing. These home remedies may help t ease your discomfort, but seeing a VSP doctor is always the best approach to eye trouble.
Eyes Running Low on “Windshield Wiper Fluid”?
Just like your car needs wiper fluid to keep its windshield clean between scrubbings, your eyes need tears to keep them comfy. What happens when there isn’t enough eye moisture to go around?
Find relief for swimmer's eyes and see why saltwater is better
When it comes to eye health and comfort, saltwater pools are better than chlorinated ones. Keeping some extra eye drops in your beach bag and being smart about swimming with contacts can help ease swimmer eyes.
While minor stars or spots in your vision aren’t usually anything to worry about, noticeable changes or new symptoms should be a cue to call your eye doctor.
Holiday stress got you seeing red?
Holiday stress can take a toll on your eyes. These stress-relief tips will help you to fight against stress-induced symptoms like dry eyes, twitching, and blurry vision.
How do I soothe my dry eyes?
Understanding the causes and symptoms of dry eyes is the first step toward treating them. These solutions and helpful tips should help to ease your dry eyes.
Irritated Eyes? Don't Brush Them Off
From redness and itching to floaters, your eyes are giving you clues you should be paying attention to.
Keep your sight sharp at every age
With age comes a larger risk of eye disease. Find out about the eras of your eyes to keep your eyes sharp no matter what your age.
Low Vision: Helping People Turn Up the Dimmer
It’s not an eye disease in its own right, but low vision often goes along with things like cataracts and glaucoma. But, there are products out there to help people cope.
Mistakes Contact Lens Wearers Make
Learn the trick that keeps germs away—it's something you might not have thought of!
Myopia interferes with lots of day-to-day activities, like driving, taking classes, sports, even recognizing friends at a distance. Learn how it can be treated.
Physical pitfalls of the digital age
Back pain, dry eyes, and headaches are common side effects of today's digital age. Relief can be as simple as looking away from the screen.
Presbyopia is an age-related condition. Don't worry, it happens to everyone. Learn how Presbyopia can be treated.
Red, Itchy, Watery Eyes? Sounds Like Pink Eye
There’s nothing fun about eye infections. From itching and pain to worse, “pinkeye” – a.k.a. conjunctivitis – is common and contagious.
Relieve your teary, allergy eyes
For many people, springtime means allergies and itchy, watery eyes. These remedies for mild allergies will keep your eyes happy this spring.
Sight Savers: Preventing Vision Loss from Diabetes
Diabetes is bad enough to have to deal with, but it can also damage vision over time, from diabetic retinopathy. That’s just one reason regular visits to the eye doctor are a must for diabetics.
Seeing in 3D: Its Impact on Your Eyes
3d technology has exploded and many people wonder about it's impact to their eyes. Find out if there are any risks to 3d and discover how much is too much.
Tired eyes got you buggin'?
These eye strain relief exercises and quick relief tips for stressed and tired eyes will have you feeling better in no time.
Up Close with Nearsightedness
Contrary to what you might think from its name, nearsightedness means not being able to see well far away. Usually an inherited condition, it’s easy to correct.
What are those dark spots I'm seeing in my eyes?
Seeing floating specks, spots, or globs called "floaters" in your field of vision is a very common problem, but it's usually nothing to worry about.
What can I do to improve my night vision?
Night blindness can be caused by cataracts, nearsightedness, effects of laser refractive surgery, and many other things. Thankfully, there are many ways to treat and cope with nearsightedness.
Like nearsightedness and farsightedness, astigmatism is a common vision condition that’s easily treated. An eye care expert shares the facts.
Why are my eyes so dry?
Tears are often taken for granted, but when you have dry eyes, they don't go unnoticed anymore. Learn the causes of dry eyes and what you can do to ease them.
Why do onions burn my eyes?
The enzymes that onions release when you cut them cause your eyes to burn. These useful tips for cutting onions will keep you from tearing up.
Sties aren’t the most serious eye problem you can have – but they’re nasty – to look at and to feel. An eye care expert shares some facts about the condition.
Will progressive lenses help my blurry vision?
Blurry vision is common among adults between the ages of 40 and 50. It is often a symptom of presbyopia which can be treated with progressive lenses.