This common vision condition occurs as you age, resulting in lack of ability to focus up close.

Eye Doctors believe the increasing viewing of screens and declining time spent outside is causing the growing incidence of nearsightedness, or Myopia.

If you spend a lot of time working or playing on a computer, you need to watch for the warning signs of digital fatigue, also known as computer eye strain.

"Floaters" are the generally benign tiny gray spots in your eyes that seem to weave in and out of your line of vision.

See what causes eye twitching, an involuntary spasm in the muscle of the eyelid.

Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, typically includes red, itchy and watery eyes.

Diplopia, or double vision, occurs when you see two of a single object at once.

Here's a shocker: prolonged exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays can lead to vision loss and blindness.

Resembling a pimple on the eyelid, a stye can grow on the inside or outside of the lid and can occur at any age.

A build up of fluid within tissue surrounding the eye can become serious if not treated properly.

Red eye is a general term used to describe red, irritated and bloodshot eyes that can develop over time or appear suddenly.

Eye pain can be ocular or orbital. Learn the difference here.

Blurred vision is the loss of sharpness of eyesight, making objects appear out of focus and hazy, and can prevent you from being able to see fine details.

Eye infections can be bacterial, viral, or fungal, and can affect people of all ages.

Low vision is the term used to refer to a visual impairment that is not correctable through surgery, pharmaceuticals, glasses or contact lenses.

Astigmatism can easily be found by an eye doctor during a routine eye exam.

Remember to Think About Your Eyes and consult with your eye doctor. With the help of prescribed low vision aids, reading can become rewarding and fun again.

Schedule an eye exam today!