We’ve all experienced eye pain when blinking. Usually, it lasts a few moments and we forget all about it. But if it happens often, there could be something going on beyond getting caught in a dust storm or collapsing on a dusty sofa.
Allergic conjunctivitis is a type of pink eye (conjunctivitis) caused by exposure to allergens. It rarely presents the same dangers as viral or bacterial conjunctivitis
Most cases of allergic conjunctivitis are caused by allergens that spread easi
Pink eye (medical name: conjunctivitis) is a common eye infection that affects the surface of the eye and the area around it. The viral and bacterial forms spread easily, particularly through sharing items at work, school, or home.
I spy with my little eye, a stye. Ugh.
A stye is an abscess or a pimple that usually forms on the upper or lower eyelid. It starts out as a pimple next to an eyelash before it turns into an unsightly, painful red bump. Most of the time, you can ge
Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, is common in young children and people who are in frequent contact with them — including their mothers pregnant with their siblings! It often crops up wherever young people are in tight quarters like college and military
Perhaps you have found yourself struggling to see as well as you used to when driving at night or even just around your house early in the dark or dim light hours. Maybe you’ve noticed that your eyes do not adjust quite as they used to when you would
Any time that our bodies produce what seem to be foreign substances, that are out of the normal, it can be a cause for great concern. You may have experienced a cut or scratch in your life, and while it was healing, it may have produced some discharg
More than 30 million adults in the United States are living with diabetes, that’s nearly 10% of the population. Individuals with diabetes are unable to produce or use insulin, which is a hormone that allows the body to turn sugars into energy.
As you may know, our eyes are constantly replenished with tears, to keep our eyes lubricated and healthy all while helping us see clearly. Because of this constant hydration system, our eyes require tear ducts to drain old tea