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5 tips to protect your eyes from the sun
‘It is important to protect your skin from the sun!’ this message has been drummed into us time and time again, but the other, equally truthful message we should be hearing is ‘It is important to protect your EYES from the sun!’ Exposing your eyes to UV rays is extremely dangerous. In fact, ophthalmologists (eye [...]
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Have you ever wondered if you see color the same way others do? Take this fun test and compare your score!
Four Ways to Fight Dry Eye
Eyes feeling gritty, red or irritated? Read on for ways to make your eyes happier.
Why Is There Gunk in My Eye?
Discharge is your eye's way of telling you something's up. From sleep to serious conditions, here's what to look for and what it might mean.
How to Get Rid of Puffy Eyes
Full night of shut-eye isn’t enough to lose puffy eyes or erase those dark circles under eyes says Charlotte Clark, a dermatologist in New York City.
How to Choose Eyeglass Frames for Your Face Shape
Which frames will work with - not against - your face shape?
Why Does My Eye Twitch?
8 causes of and fixes for that annoying eyelid twitching.
New Alzheimer's drug tested at Vanderbilt seeks to slow or stop memory loss
Vanderbilt University is part of a study testing a new drug to help combat a disease that plagues five million Americans - Alzheimer's. The nationwide study is testing "troriluzole," a newinvestigational drug that might help to slow or stop memory loss and thinking problems with those already diagnosed withAlzheimer's disease. "Troriluzole is a drug that modulates glutamate, protecting against neuron loss," the Alzheimer’s Disease Cooperative Study said in a release.
The 3 Types of Conjunctivitis: What You Should Know
Conjunctivitis is the inflammation of the conjunctiva - the thin covering of the white part of your eye and inside of your eyelids.
6 Heart Health Mistakes Made by Women—and How to Avoid Them
Even though you think you’re being careful, it’s still easy to slip up when it comes to keeping your heart healthy. Johns Hopkins experts give tips on how to stay on track Research Shows Take Diabetes Seriously Women under 60 who have diabetes have up to four times the risk of developing coronary artery disease as women without diabetes, Johns Hopkins research has shown—much higher than previously believed. Women notoriously take care of everybody else while minimizing their own health needs. Learn the warning signs of diabetes and take steps to get blood sugar under control Two other conditions related to heart disease that more often strike women are depression and rheumatoid arthritis. Despite the fact…