Random tip

Asian eyelids have an epicanthic fold, a slightly different anatomy than Caucasians.
If traveling abroad, do not wear your contact lens to swim or shower.
Polarized tinted glasses are helpful in the sun for sports.
Always sunglasses to protect yourself from UV light even if it is not sunny.
After cataract surgery, your eyesight is brighter, usually within one week of surgery.
If you let water get into your eyes while wearing contact lenses, you can have a serious infection. Be careful.
Some people have one eye that is blue and the other eye that is green.
In some major cities in China, there is an incidence of  90% of nearsightedness among the children.
Glaucoma, an eye disease,  can occur at any age, from birth to old age.
Your tears provide antibodies to fight infection.
Sagging lower eyelids can be due to medication or aging.
If the outer third of your eyebrows are falling out, see your doctor. You may have thyroid problems.
If you see the color red as brighter in one eye than the other, see your eye MD.
20% of the population have an eye that is not quite round like a sphere, but more oval, this is called astigmatism.
Jumping on a trampoline as an adult can lead to a retinal problem.
Upper eyelid cosmetic surgery is easier to perform and is safer than lower eyelid cosmetic surgery.
Do not share contact lenses.
The three leading causes of blindness are diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and age related macular degeneration in the US.
After cancer treatments, the eyelashes usually grow back fully.
The first inventor of eye surgery instruments was in ancient Persia.
There are female hormone receptors for eyelash growth that are different from the men.
Age related macular degeneration occurs usually at age 55: don’t take the eye  vitamins unless you have the diagnosis.
The dosage on the bottle may be too strong for you if you are normal.
Most Caucasian babies have blue eyes at birth.
Smoking can cause fine wrinkles around the eyes.
Diabetes can affect the cornea, the outside part of the eye.
You can ruin the special coatings of your eyeglasses if you use alcohol or very strong detergent.
In Europe, Asia and Australia, there are eyedrops for nearsightedness.
Hepatitis virus has been found in tears.
Diabetes can affect your eyes at the same time it affects your kidneys.
Diabetic people can wear soft contact lenses but under the care of an ophthalmologist or optometrist.
Your baby’s eye color is lighter at birth than at 6 months.
Each blink is 400 microseconds.
Rubbing your eyes is not considered good if you are very nearsighted (myopic) or if you had eye surgery even LASIK.
Washing your hands is important to fight eye infections.
There are now treatments for age related macular degeneration that can return the patient to driving vision.
Colorblindness is on the X chromosome so men are more likely than women to be colorblind.
If your eyelashes are falling out, and you are not taking any medications, see your doctor.
You can have UV protection built in the front and back of your glasses, ask your optician.
At birth, babies only see black and white.
If you sleep overnight in your contact lenses, you can have some serious problems.  Be careful.
In the embryo, the eye is formed from the same tissue as the brain.
You can lose vision when climbing up a high mountain.
Reading your phone all day without a break may give you a headache.
AIDS has been found in tears.
Thyroid disease can affect your eyes.
Wrinkles around the eyes are aggravated by sun damage.
Babies cannot see color until age 6 months.
African American babies have eyes that darken at 6 months.
Certain parasites attack the eye: pork, lamb and beef parasites.  So avoid poorly cooked pork, beef and lamb.
Artificial tears are helpful for your eyes when the air is hot and dry or extreme cold.
Nearsightedness is inherited.
Yellow tinted glasses are helpful at 5 pm and 7 am for sports or driving.
Corona virus has been found in tears.