The Mediterranean diet has already shown in many studies to reduce cancer risk and improve heart health. Now, a new study is connecting the diet to a reduced risk for age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
A new study shows that the nerve cells and blood vessels in the eye are constantly in communication with each other in order to maintain healthy blood flow and avoid blood vessel overgrowth.
A group researchers from Georgia Tech have found that eyelashes of mammals grow to just the right length in order to funnel debris and dust from the eye without drying them out.
An Ohio State professor has developed and tested a Pac-Man style video game to improve the vision of individuals with lazy eye and poor depth perception.
New research published in the journal PLos One earlier this month has many sufferers of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) hopeful for the possibility of a new treatment.