Eye Health

How to make saline solution

Saline solution is easy to make at home using salt and water. Here, we look at how to make saline solution, its uses, and how to store the solution safely.

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Screen time disrupts sleep by resetting internal clocks

Prolonged exposure to light late at night causes certain cells in the eye to reset the body’s internal clock and upset its rhythms, which can harm health.

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Do I have night blindness?

Night blindness occurs when an existing eye condition leads to an inability to see clearly in dim light. Treatments depend on the cause but often involve managing the underlying condition. Learn more here.

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Treating a chalazion at home

A chalazion is a small, painless lump that can develop on the eyelid. Anyone can a get a chalazion, but they are more common in people with an underlying skin condition. Chalazia usually heal on their own within a few weeks. Learn more here.

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What is orbital cellulitis?

Orbital cellulitis is an infection of the eye socket that can cause pain, swelling, and protrusion of the eyeball. It is a serious condition that can lead to vision loss and potentially life-threatening complications if a person does not get treatment. Learn more here.

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How to treat pinkeye at home

Pinkeye, or conjunctivitis, is a common eye condition. People can relieve irritation, itchiness, and discomfort at home, using various natural remedies. In this article, we discuss five possible home remedies for pinkeye.

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Alzheimer's disease: An eye test could provide early warning

One day, a quick eye test may be able to pick up important information about brain health. Specifically, it may be able to identify signs of dementia.

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Which foods are rich in vitamin A?

Vitamin A is an essential nutrient that plays a role in a range of bodily processes, such as immune function and vision. Here, we discuss 14 of the best food sources of vitamin A.

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How to treat eye discharge in newborns

Eye discharge or excessive eye watering in newborns often indicates a blocked tear duct. The blockage is usually harmless and tends to resolve on its own. However, if there is also redness, swelling, or tenderness in the eye area, this may signify an infection that requires prompt medical treatment. Learn more here.

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How to improve and protect eyesight without glasses

There are many natural ways a person can help protect and improve their eyesight without the need for corrective glasses. This can include simple things such as washing hands, quitting smoking, getting enough vitamins, and protecting the eyes. Learn more here.

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