These eye makeup tips will be sure to add some extra sparkle to your look. Choosing eye makeup based on your eye color is a great way to highlight your unique features.
Steering clear of beauty product bacteria
Old makeup is a breeding ground for bacteria. Replacing your makeup often helps to prevent against eye infections.
Eye color is directly related to the amount of melanin in the iris. Find out common eye color myths and what causes eye color to change.
You may not know the cause of your under eye circles, but there are a number of ways to disguise or prevent those unsightly eye bags.
Polarized sunglasses are a priceless weapon in fighting conditions like cataracts and macular degeneration.
8 Signs You Might Need an Eye Exam
8 signs you need to schedule an eye exam. Yearly eye exams by a VSP doctor can detect more than vision problems.
Getting Kids Ready for Their First Eye Exam
Who likes to go to the doctor? Your child might actually look forward to their eye appointment – if you do your homework.
Eye exams are an important part of maintaining your eye health, no matter how old you are. Find out why.
Although it's called an exam, a careful check of your eyes and vision shouldn’t cause memories of testing nightmares from school. Here’s a quick primer on what to expect at your all-important annual eye exam.
ADHD diagnosis in your child? Rule out a vision problem first. As one family found, the two can go hand in hand.
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.
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.
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.
Learn six easy things you can do to help minimize the impact of Computer Vision Syndrome.
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.
What Eye-Related Symptoms Can Tell Us
Sometimes, we experience an eye-related symptom that's actually a sign of a problem not related to the eyes at all. Find out which ones could signal a serious condition or disease.
Vision Problems: Another Reason to Stop Smoking
Add a host of vision problems to the list of reasons to stop smoking. From cataracts to irritated eyes, smoking is to blame for several eye problems.
Halos, double vision, and cloudy vision signaled more than this young patient thought. After visiting a VSP doctor, she found out a corneal transplant was the only solution to her vision problems.
Macular degeneration is an age-related eye condition that damages central vision. There are two types of age-related macular degeneration (AMD): dry and wet.
Cataracts are a very common vision problem that can usually be fixed with minor surgery. Age, heredity, diabetes, and smoking are associated with cataract development.
Blurry Vision or High Blood Pressure?
Here’s how one patient learned a lifesaving diagnosis from a routine eye exam. Blurry vision brought him in; high blood pressure finally got attention.
Cancer Found During Annual Eye Exam
Hal could have lost his eye, or his life, if he hadn't made an annual visit to his eye doctor. Just by looking at the eye, a VSP eye doctor knew something was wrong.
Migraine pain is like no other. It affects a lot of people – over 25 million Americans alone. Eye doctors can help combat the little-known visual effects of the painful problem.
Eyes are our windows to overall health. They can also help signal serious medical problems before it’s too late. One patient found out all about that – on the green.
Could a routine eye exam reveal something even a brain scan missed? This one did. The results? A healthy, happy nine-year-old boy with a renewed promise for a healthy life.
Eyes: 15 Things You Didn't Know About Them
Explore little known facts about your eyes like how often you blink, the age at which you start producing tears, and why eye transplants aren't possible--yet.
Seniors’ Sight: Yearly Checkups a Must
With age comes more conditions – visual and otherwise. An eye care doctor shares info about some of the conditions most often caught and treated in annual eye exams.
VSP answers men's top 5 questions about eye health and eyewear.
Americans are living longer, but our eyes don’t always keep up. Cataracts happen to almost everyone of a certain age. But, surgery to remove them is easy and quick.
When a patient came in complaining of contact lenses suddenly going blurry, one veteran optometrist knew immediately to look for something more serious.
Protect Your Eyes from Injury with Polycarbonate Glasses
There’s a space age plastic that can be found in everything from astronaut helmet shields to children’s glasses. If you haven’t heard about polycarbonate lenses, read up here.
Wear prescription glasses when playing sports?
40,000 people injure their eyes each year playing sports. That's why you should understand how to see your best and protect your eyes when playing sports.
Sports-related eye injuries happen all too frequently and many of them can impair vision for life. But by wearing safety glasses and sports eyewear you can protect your eyesight and stay in the game.
More than 40% of eye injuries occur during activities at home. Find out how to protect your eyes and learn what to do if you experience an injury.
Your mother said not to sit too close to the TV because it would hurt your eyes. Find out whether she was right—and get answers to other crazy eye myths.
How to Tell if Your Child Needs Glasses
Over one in five school-age kids have vision problems. A children's eye care specialist gives the low-down on what to look for – and what to do.
Annual Eye Exams for Children
Annual visits to pediatricians are important to keeping children healthy, but annual eye exams are equally as important.
In today's digital age, Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is becoming a bigger threat, especially to students. Learning how to monitor your child's time in front of the computer is crucial to their eye health and academic success.
Children are notorious for breaking or losing their glasses. These four easy tips will help to prolong the life of your child's eyewear.
10 million kids in America have vision problems. And, traditional school vision screening can miss them. An expert shares some advice.
Exercise your way to healthier eyes
Regular exercise is good for your eyes, and there are plenty of fun ways to get moving. Decrease your risk for glaucoma, diabetic retiopathy, and age-related macular degeneration with exercise.
Food: Eat Healthy
Every time you choose or prepare food, you hold your health in your hand – including your eye health. An expert shares some advice on what foods and nutrients are especially vision friendly.
These tasty foods are a great way to boost your energy levels, keep your eyes healthy, and slim down your figure.
Squeezing some exercise into your workday isn't as hard as you think. A few small changes can make all the difference.
These healthy and tasty snack options will keep your figure in check and your taste buds happy. Don't let snacking ruin your fitness plan.