Scientists have discovered that all eye colors, even the bluest of blues are actually shades of brown. Just like hair and skin, the color of the eyes is determined by a bodily pigment known as melanin. It has been discovered that all eye colors are composed of this same pigment, however in different amounts or content.
A new study from China revealed that older adults suffering from cataracts are also more likely to develop symptoms of depression.
A new study from Brazil and Yale School of Public Health revealed a possible link between the dreaded zika virus and a condition that can result in permanent eye damage and blindness to infants.
When "smelling" our fears is never enough, dogs can also understand what our facial expressions mean.
New studies suggest that early signs of Alzheimer’s disease could be detected through a person’s eyes and nose.
Scientists were able to restore sight nerves in blind laboratory mice, and the astonishing study could lead to developments of new treatments for vision loss in humans.
‘Smartphone Blindness’ is now a thing as doctors in the UK diagnosed two women with the condition after mysterious vision problems.
A new study revealed that the real-world prevalence of adults with severe nearsightedness in the United States has reached 9.6 million.
According to The Vision Council, 1 in 3 adults do not wear sunglasses, but its millennials that are least likely to protect their vision.
While scientists previously thought full stereo vision in primates only registered visual messages from one eye, a new study revealed “two-eye” cells that respond to inputs from both eyes, like "rat vision."
New research on the Sunburst Diving Beetles' complex vision system is shedding light on eye morphology that may have implications outside of invertebrate physiology.
During the winter monthsong, songbirds routinely eat from bird feeders that remain a vital food source, but such good-will gestures have been linked recently to a widespreading avian eye disease that is often fatal.
Octopuses have long been hailed as masters of camouflage, able to change the color, pattern and texture of their skin. Now, it seems that these cephalopods not only use their skin as a means of disguise and even communication, but also as a way to "see" light.
Women often go to great lengths (pun intended) to gain the most perfect, curly, long eyelashes using mascara, fake eyelashes and even treatments like Latisse. And now scientists have revealed the perfect lash length, proving that more isn't always better.