Headlines
25 Years in Myopia: Advances Improve Vision
New options have led to normal vision for many who may have gone untreated.
Tarantula Hair Attack Pierces Owner's Eyes
Man finds pet tarantula's hair is worse than his bite.
Rare Condition Leaves Newborn Without Eyes
Texas parents speak out about their daughter's rare condition.
Oh Baby! Infant Cataracts a Widespread Problem
Baby Carter Moll's struggle with infant cataracts is not rare, doctors say.
Gene Therapy Restores Vision in Blind Children
A new technique helps kids with Leber's congenital amaurosis see.
Blind-Sided: Losing Sight Out of Nowhere, Why?
An oceanographer gradually loses her sight -- but not her career vision.
When Your Brain Can't Believe Your Eyes
Curious images known as optical illusions prove seeing isn't always believing.
Videos
Keep Your Eye on Vitamins
There may be a link between vitamins and age-related vision loss in women.
Glaucoma Drug Thickens Eyelashes
Dr. Monica Halem gives us more information on the drug Latisse.
Freak Accident: Key Gets Lodged in Boy's Eye
X-rays show the key reached his brain, but boy suffered no permanent damage.
Half in U.S. Have Visions Problems
More Americans suffer from nearsightedness and astigmatism than expected.
The Gift of Sight
U. of Florida volunteers will travel to Nicaragua with eye-care specialists.
A Spam E-mail Leads to Corrective Surgery
Mother hopes Chinese stem cell surgery can heal her daughter's blindness.
The Glaucoma Gene
Researchers find a gene highly associated with this common eye disease.
First Pakistani to Operate in Israel
Dr. Anwar Mohammed is first Pakistani to perform surgery on a Jewish patient.