Eyes and Vision

Eye Mucus (Excessive & Crusty) – Causes and Symptoms

The discharge of eye mucus is a normal physiological process. The mucuous membranes of the conjunctiva secretes this mucus in small quantities. It mixes with tears an oily substance (meibum) and dead skin cells to become thick and watery. However, when exposed to air for long periods it may harden and form a crust. This is >> Read More ...

Facts About Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Lift Surgery)

Whether it is a sagging upper eyelid or drooping and puffy lower lids, we would all like to restore our eyelids to their original youthful glory. The fact is that these age-related changes of the eyelids alters the appearance of the eyes and causes us to look older than we would like to appear. Fortunately cosmetic surgery >> Read More ...

What To Do For A Chemical Eye Injury And Burning

Injuries from chemicals are a common part of life. It is not only from strong industrial chemicals but even from everyday household items and certain spices. Chemical injuries can affect any part of the surface of the body with which it comes into contact. However, it is usually worse when it makes contact with the eye >> Read More ...

10 Remedies For Bags Under The Eyes In Adults

It may not be aesthetically appealing but bags under the eyes are usually harmless. It is a result of swelling and sagging of the lower eyelids and sometimes there are dark circles around the eyes as well. Most of us experience bags under the eyes every now and then – be it after several days of very little sleep, >> Read More ...

Facts And Myths About A Black Eye (Periorbital Hematoma)

Visible bruising can occur anywhere on the body even though there is no break in the skin. Trauma may lead to damage deeper down in the skin which is visible from the outside. This is what happens with a black eye, also referred to as a blue eye or a shiner. Be it a punch, being struck by a fast moving ball or some other >> Read More ...
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