Giant cell arteritis (or temporal arteritis) is an eye condition that affects around 228,000 people in the United States. The disease is one of a group of disorders that eye doctors refer to as vasculitis, which occurs when there is a problem with the blood vessels in the eye. Learn more about the symptoms of giant cell arteritis and find out which groups of people are at greater risk of suffering from this condition by reading this article
23 March 2016
Are you suffering from a lot of headaches that you're pretty sure are due to your glasses? You don't have to go on living with the pain. Here's a look at some common reasons why glasses cause headaches, along with some tips for addressing them. Did you just get a new prescription? If you just got a new prescription, it can take your brain some time to get used to interpreting the changed signals it's receiving from your eyes as a result of the new prescription.
14 March 2016
If you have been diagnosed with bacterial conjunctivitis, or pink eye, your eye doctor may have prescribed you an antibiotic ointment to treat it. However, if you are wondering if there is something you can do at home to help with your symptoms, such as inflammation and dry, irritated eyes, try the following three-step home remedy using ingredients you can find in supermarkets, department stores, and pharmacies. Step 1: Apply A Homemade Honey And Water Ointment
18 February 2016
Trichiasis is a painful eye condition that occurs when your eyelashes grow towards your eyeballs, instead of away from them. These misdirected eyelashes rub against the surface of your eyes and lead to irritation and damage. Fortunately, many treatments are available for trichiasis, so you don't need to learn to live with your condition. Here are three treatments for trichiasis. Mechanical Epilation Mechanical epilation is the medical term for plucking. Your optometrist will use a small pair of tweezers to carefully remove any eyelashes that are growing in the wrong direction.
1 February 2016