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About the Eye
How the Eye Sees

Eye Exams
Why are eye exams important?
What should I expect in a comprehensive eye exam?

Eye Problems and Diseases
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)
Color Blindness
Diabetic Retinopathy
Dry Eye Syndrome
Eye Twitching
Floaters, Flashes, and Spots
Hyperopia (Farsightedness)
Macular Degeneration
Pinguecula and Pterygium
Ptosis (Drooping Eyelid)
Retinal Detachment
Retinitis Pigmentosa

Contact Lenses
Contact Lens Frequently Asked Questions
Ortho-k and Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT): Overnight Contacts to Correct Myopia

10 Tips for Choosing Kids' Eyewear
Eyeglass Frame Materials
Polycarbonate vs. Trivex lenses
Aspheric Lenses
Bifocals and Multifocal Lenses
Eyeglass Lens Coatings
High-Index Lenses
Photochromic Lenses (Transitions)
Polycarbonate and Trivex Lenses
Progressive Lenses
Reading Glasses

Polarized Sunglasses
Ultraviolet (UV) Radiation and Your Eyes
Sunglasses FAQ

Low Vision
Low Vision Guide

Computer Vision
Practical Tips to Ease Eye Strain
Children and Computer Vision Syndrome
Computer Ergonomics for Healthy Vision
Computer Eyeglasses
Computer Vision Syndrome and Computer Glasses FAQ
Increasing Productivity at Work

Eye Safety
Eye Safety Basics
How to Handle Common Eye Injuries
Preventing Eye Injuries
Safety Glasses and Eye Safety FAQ

Vision Correction Surgery Basics
The LASIK Procedure: A Complete Guide
LASIK Success Criteria
How LASIK Works
LASIK Surgery Risks and Possible Complications

Vision Insurance
Consumer Guide to Vision Insurance

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"What Are Those Floaty Things In your Eye?"

"Eye floaters can be clumpy or stringy; light or dark. They are caused by clumps or specks of undissolved vitreous gel material floating in the dissolved gel-like fluid (vitreous) in the back of the eye, which cast shadows on the retina when light enters the eye."

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How Do Glasses Help Us See?​

"Today, glasses help millions of people with poor vision be able to see clearly. But how? Andrew Bastawrous and Clare Gilbert help unravel the answer by explaining refraction — the ability of a transparent medium, like glass, water, or the eye, to change the direction of light passing through it."

A Journey Through the Human Eye: How We See

"We depend on our eyes more than any other sense, however many of us take this precious gift for granted. Without them, we could not experience a beautiful sunset, see the faces of our loved ones, or view the natural marvels of the world. We rely on our eyesight for so much, but most people have only a vague idea of how our eyes work. There are actually many different parts of the eye working together to form a unique self-sustaining system. Though smaller than a ping-pong ball, the eye allows us to see, while cleaning, moisturizing and disinfecting itself at the same time."