Do you suffer from irritated and itchy eyes? Here are four possible causes, and cures to help you find relief.
Cool your eyes and avoid painful strain with these five tips.
Ever wonder if the food cures you grew up with actually work? Read on to find out which food “facts” are really just food myths, and which just might have some truth to them after all.
With more UV rays filtering through nowadays, it’s more important than ever to ensure your glasses are protecting your peepers. Consider these tips when shopping for your next pair of shades.
Got red, stinging eyes? You may have dry eye. It’s caused by everything from contacts to rosacea, and can lead to impaired vision and eye infection, says Robert Latkany, MD, author of The Dry Eye Remedy. We’ve got four ways to ease the pain.
Take a look at these tests and puzzles to see how good your eyesight really is. Try the Amsler Grid to monitor your central visual field, or attempt one of two mazes to test your colour perception.
Even if you’ve used cosmetics for years with no problems, one or more ingredients can still trigger an allergic reaction. Your body may build up sensitivities to these ingredients, causing your immune system to overreact suddenly, producing allergy symptoms. Makeup is safe for most people, but do observe these common-sense rules.
It’s unsettling to consider the possibility of a disease compromising your vision. But with today’s treatments, the threat isn’t as great as it once was.
When spring comes the air is filled with music and allergens. Don’t let your itchy, scratchy, sneezy nose ruin the season. Try one of these natural antihistamines for instant relief, or prevent the problem with these tips for avoiding pollen.