Articles Tagged with “EYE”

A freak explosion tore through the quiet Nova Scotian city, prompting one of the most dramatic medical responses in history.

Shinobou Ishihara’s tests for color deficiency remain the standard after 100 years.

Stem cells, gene therapy and devices that can beam images directly into the brain offer new hope to those without sight.

A new documentary explores health care inequality in rural America, and why the Affordable Care Act isn’t enough.

When the retina fails, the body’s window on the world slams shut. These futuristic treatments may pry it open again.

These glasses offer a low-tech, low-cost, no-doctor solution for poor eyesight.

When the author’s macular degeneration worsened, physicians offered cold facts, not help. She had to find her own answers.