All Vision Resources Articles
Amazing facts about animal eyes: Find out why there’s so much variation in vision systems among the world’s 9 million animal species.
Learn about the eye anatomy and visual sharpness of eagles, how it compares to that of humans and if it is possible for people to have "eagle eye" vision.
Dogs see the world differently than humans do. Learn more about a dog’s color vision, night vision and visual sharpness.
Cat vision is different from human vision in many ways, as cats have night vision, partial color blindness and bad visual acuity.
Dogs, like humans, can suffer from cataracts that cloud their vision. Be aware of the warning signs, and consult with your veterinarian about treatments.
While some dog eye discharge is normal, some can be caused by infection, dry eyes, allergies and other conditions.
Ways blind or visually impaired students can feel confident on their academic journey.
The process of buying contacts can be a complicated one. Here’s what you need to know.
A safe, comfortable driving experience relies on taking different precautions in different settings.
Ways to childproof your home for a child with visual impairment include using contrast, consistency, proper lighting and more.
Helpful resources for legally blind people and their loved ones.
Find out what it takes to qualify for Social Security disability benefits — including SSDI and SSI — if you’re dealing with blindness or low vision.
A comprehensive guide of resources available for veterans with visual impairment.
Poor eyesight or blindness are no reason to avoid traveling. Read these proven tips for planning and enjoying safe, enjoyable holidays.
Vision problems in children can present themselves in various ways, including eye rubbing, squinting and avoiding school work.
Learn how to adapt your home if you are visually impaired, including increased lighting, adding color contrast and avoiding patterns.
An in-depth, resource-packed guide for dealing with sensory overload if you have low vision.
Caring for a blind dog can be a challenge. Take these steps to make life easier and more rewarding for a dog with low vision or blindness.
How to make the internet easier to navigate with impaired vision.
Learn why your eyes look red in pictures but your pets' eyes glow, and read tips to prevent and remove the red-eye effect in photos.
Hazel eyes are a mixture of 2 or 3 colors and can look different on each person. How does this rare eye color happen?
All about eye colors, including causes, common and rare colors, and if eye color can change.
Seeking to donate your old or unused eyeglasses? Lions Clubs and OneSight are among charities collecting used eyeglasses. You can drop old glasses in a bin at LensCrafters, Walmart or Sam’s Club stores or mail them to VSP.
Click on various parts of our human eye illustration for descriptions of the eye anatomy; read an article about how vision works.
Check out the latest low vision devices and medical procedures that help people overcome the disability and enjoy activities like reading and watching TV.
Why do we wink? What does a wink mean? Learn how and why we wink, the various meanings of a wink around the world and what to do if you wink uncontrollably.
When it comes to eyeglass wearers, no accessory is too extravagant. Here are 15 gift ideas, from lens cleaners to animal-shaped glasses holders.
Your dominant eye is the one that provides a greater degree of input to the visual part of your brain. Try these easy tests to find your dominant eye.
The best way to apply eye drops, including allergy eye drops and eye drops for dry eyes -- without getting them all over your face!
Ready to quit smoking? This infographic about the harmful effects of smoking on your eye health will give you more reasons to kick the habit.
The Amsler grid is a simple screening test for macular degeneration. Learn how to download and use the Amsler grid at home.
When were glasses invented? Satisfy your optical curiosity, learn when and by whom glasses were invented to improve our vision and add style to our eyes.