Eye Care News
Police Officer Caught Washing Blind Homeless Man’s Feet in Touching Moment
A police officer cleaning the feet of a blind homeless man has been captured in a heartwarming photo. "We cleaned him up and gave him new clothes," said Sgt. Steve Wick, who is the officer seen in the photo cutting the man's toenails. "we tried to get his feet in shape so he could put shoes on. His
Novartis Profit Slips as Generic Drug Competition Hits Sales
Swiss pharmaceuticals company Novartis says net profit from continuing operations dropped 3 percent in the second quarter, slumping largely due to competition from generic cancer drugs
The Fun Index: Ranking the All-Stars based on how fun they are
Bryce Harper said we need to make baseball fun again. Maybe he's right, although I happen to think the game is plenty entertaining. The talent level -- especially with what we're seeing from this new wave of under-25 stars -- is amazing. I was talking to future Hall of Famer Jim Thome before the
The Eye Hospital Saving Lives One Flight at a Time
ABC News' Charli James visits the Orbis Flying Eye Hospital, an ophthalmic facility treating patients and training doctors inside an airplane.
'After The View': June 23, 2016
Ivanka Trump's Shoe Lawsuit and Chris Darden's Stunning O.J Admission on "After The View."
Christie Grimmie: New Details Emerge About Her Killer
New details have emerged about the man who murdered former "Voice" star Christina Grimmie earlier this month. According to a recently-released police report obtained by ABC News, 27-year-old Kevin Loibl, who fatally shot Grimmie and himself at her concert in Orlando, was a loner who'd harbored an
Russia Rehearses for 'Victory Day' Celebration
ABC News' Patrick Reevell takes us to Russia where event organizers are rehearsing for the 'Victory Day' celebration.
Top 15 Finalists for 2016 Invention Awards Announced
Finalists in the areas of biochemistry, communications, nutrition and medical technology have been selected by the European Patent Office, a public international organization, for this year's European Inventor Award. Hailing from 13 countries, the 15 finalists were selected by an independent
Girl, 12, Accidentally Finishes Half Marathon
LeeAdianez Rodriguez Espada, who thought she was running a 5K, knew something was amiss about 4 miles into the race.
Broken Screen: Living With Blindness
Gaia Squarci , an Italian-born photographer, embarked on a project about blindness while studying in New York. “I was overdosing on images every day and this made me think of how visual perception and psychology are intertwined and how the lack of one of the senses can affect someone’s relationship