Eye Health Videos
Myths and Facts: Dry Eye Disease
- The Consequences of Not Treating Dry Eye Disease
Left untreated, dry eye disease can damage your eyes or worse.
- At-Home Remedies for Dry Eye Disease
From eye drops to warm compresses, these simple solutions help relieve dry, gritty eyes.
- Treatments for Thyroid Eye Disease
Your doctors may recommend a combo of home care, meds, and/or surgery to treat TED.
- Picking a Treatment for Dry Eye
Your optometrist will determine what type of dry eye you have before making a treatment plan. Did you know they can measure your tear quantity and quality?
- How Gene Therapy Treats Inherited Retinal Dystrophies
A gene mutation can affect your retina and cause vision problems, even blindness. Thankfully, a new medication can help.
- How Your Eyes Become Dry
Tears play a vital role in lubricating your eyes, so problems in production can cause burning, stinging, and worse.
- How Thyroid Eye Disease Develops
Vision problems and bulging eyes are symptoms of TED, or thyroid eye disease. But what’s the cause?
- Managing Symptoms of Thyroid Eye Disease
There are several things your eye doctor can prescribe to help with symptoms of thyroid eye disease like dry eye and swelling.
- How Neuromyelitis Optica Affects the Body
The central nervous system and optic nerve are damaged when healthy nerve cells are attacked by mistake. What can happen as a result?
- Health Check: Understanding Dry Eye
Learn what happens when your body doesn't produce enough tears to lubricate the eye.
- Countdown: Causes of Dry Eye
Discover what variables can create eye irritation brought on by dry eye disease.
- What Is Diabetic Macular Edema?
Diabetic macular edema often starts as diabetic retinopathy, and if the condition gets worse, it can lead to severe vision loss. But finding it early can protect your eyes from further damage.
- Focus on Neuromyelitis Optica vs. Multiple Sclerosis
Often confused with each other, these two central nervous system disorders have some of the same symptoms. They affect your spinal cord and optic nerves but are treated differently.
- History of Eyewear
Take a peek at the evolution of spectacles, from early evidence of concave lenses to modern glasses designed for digital eye strain.
- Eye Tests for Uveitis
To diagnose the painful condition uveitis, your doctor will do some tests using eye charts, drops, or more tools. From there, she can recommend the best treatment plan for you.
- Treatment Options for Uveitis
A delay in treatment could put your vision at risk. From medication to surgery, know what can help you avoid complications.
- Reasons You Should Avoid Screens Before Bedtime
Staring at smartphones, tablets, or TVs while in bed can hurt your sleep and your brain.
- Reasons Your Eyes Are Dry
Eyes that burn, itch, or sting could be a condition called dry eye. Here's what causes dry eye.
- What Does Contact Lens Solution Do?
If you wear contact lenses, it’s important to take care of them so your eyes stay healthy and infection-free. Learn about the different kinds of solutions you can use to clean, disinfect, and store your contacts.
- How to Care for Contact Lenses
Clean and store your contact lenses the right way with these tips.
- Items for Your Emergency Contact Lens Kit
Keep these items within reach when you’re on the go.
- What Does 20/20 Vision Look Like?
Lots of us wish we had 20/20 vision, but is that as good as it gets? See for yourself what it looks like to have 20/40 vision, 20/60 vision, and beyond.
- What You May See With Different Eye Conditions
How does the world around you look when your eyesight becomes limited from conditions like cataracts and glaucoma? If you begin to notice these changes, make sure to call your doctor.
- How to Check Your Vision at Home
Follow this guide to ensure your vision is within a normal range.
- How to Check Your Child’s Vision
Some tips on how to check your child’s vision
- Blue Light Health Risks
Bright screens can dim your overall health. What can you do to protect your eyes?
- Best Foods for Healthy Vision
Sunglasses and a hat aren’t the only lines of defense for your peepers. Munch on these foods for healthier vision.
- How to Treat a Stye
What should you avoid while treating a stye?
- What Color Blindness Looks Like
See through the eyes of someone who can’t distinguish certain hues.
- Uveitis Triggers
What causes this irritation? And when should you see your doctor about your eye?
- An Inside Look at Uveitis
Uveitis is a serious and sometimes painful eye problem that shouldn't be ignored.
- The Basics: Dry Eyes
Get relief when your eyes itch, sting, or burn.
- How to Protect Your Eyes From the Sun
The sun’s so bright, you gotta wear shades. Here are some simple ways to avoid those harmful rays.
- In Plain Sight: Vision
Your eyeballs are full of amazing, fast muscles that give you sight.
- The Basics: Pinkeye
Say goodbye to pinkeye. Find out how to soothe your red, itchy eye and keep the infection from spreading.
- Inside an Eye Exam
What eye exam tests can you expect at your annual visit?
- Halos and Glare
Halos and glares can be the sign of a serious eye problem.
Floaters. What are they and when should you worry?
Everyone is at risk for glaucoma. What you can do to protect your eyesight.
- Eye Twitches
What makes your eyelid twitch and quiver?
- How to Soothe Dry Eyes
Dry eye—causes and treatments
- Do I have Pinkeye?
Pinkeye is hard to miss. What’s more difficult is determining the cause, which can help direct treatment.
- Do I Have a Stye?
Could the unsightly bump on your eyelid be a harmless stye? Just by looking at it, a doctor can diagnose a stye.