When you head out onto the road, there's always a chance that you might encounter a driver who has a vision problem, putting his or her driving at risk. Regulations need to change.
Trachoma is the leading cause of preventable blindness.
The sun emits harmful rays 365 days a year, even when cloudy or rainy. Children must be protected or they may develop cataracts at an earlier age and run the risk of skin cancer of the eyelids.
Research has identified a range of health complications in Ebola survivors. These include eye complications and vision problems.
A research lab at the University of Saskatchewan is pursuing the applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning to healthcare diagnoses.
Screen time wasn't a issue in the 19th century but that didn't stop concerns over how new developments might damage eyesight
Disease and disorders can affect how we see. Can the images in painted artworks tell us something about the state of an artist's vision?
The only way to prevent a stye is to keep your eyelids clean and free of grime that can block your glands.
The artificial vision provided by a bionic eye is not like natural sight, and takes a lot of getting used to.
In medical training and practice, gender differences have at last become a vital part of diagnosis and treatment.
Glaucoma is a slow and silent progressive disease and the second leading cause of blindness, that requires early diagnosis.
Changes to our eyes and ears occur as a result of disease, genetic factors, "wear and tear" and environmental factors.
Whether cheap or expensive, sunglasses play a crucial role in eye protection against ultraviolet radiation.
Glaucoma is the sneak thief of sight, affecting the eyesight of more than 50 million people worldwide. It remains the biggest preventable cause of blindness today.
Conjunctivitis is a common condition that often occurs in outbreaks – but what exactly is it?
More than a million Australians have an untreated cataract and hundreds of cataract surgeries are performed daily, but what are they?
Trachoma easily spreads from one child to another through infected eye and nose secretions. A person may have up to 40 episodes of reinfection during childhood.