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Your eyes could be affected by many factors – including environmental, medical and structural issues – here are some of the ones to keep an eye out for.
A droopy eyelid is usually caused by ageing, although conditions such as ptosis can affect young people as well.
Giant papillary conjunctivitis is a condition that causes the inner lining of the eyelid to become inflamed and develop small bumps.
Itchy eyes can be a nuisance to deal with but there are different ways of treating them. Learn more about the symptoms and causes behind it here.
Sports are a fun and social way of getting exercise, but it’s important to know how you can protect your eyes in these situations as well.
Working for prolonged periods in front of a computer screen can make it uncomfortable for your eyes. Anti-reflective coatings on your glasses may help.
There are many reasons why you could be suffering from stinging eyes – here are some of the most common.
Your eyelashes may be more important to your overall eye health than you had thought. Here are some tips on caring for your lashes.
Conjunctivitis involves an inflammation of the conjunctiva, which causes it to appear red. It is the result of either a bacterial, viral, reactive, allergic culprit.
If you are interested in trying monovision as a way to correct any eye conditions you may wonder if you can use glasses or if you need to switch to contacts.