Eye Surgery CheatersWhether you love them or hate them, you may need them to read. Reading glasses, or cheaters as they're sometimes called, are a fact of life for many people over a certain age. But now, help is on the way in the form of a new procedure being tested by the FDA. CBS4's Eliott Rodriguez says in a few years you may be able to ditch those reading glasses for good.
Eye Vitamins Could Better Vision In The Long RunMore than half of all Americans take some type of a daily vitamin or nutritional supplement, even though recent research says a multivitamin has little if any long term health benefit.
Young Eyes Growing Old From Digital Eye StrainComputers, smartphones, gaming systems, e-readers and tablets may be making our lives easier, but the toll these "whiz-bang" technology devices are taking on our eyes is frightening. In fact, as CBS4's Eliott Rodriguez discovered, eye strain from these digital devices is actually aging our eyes decades earlier than ever before.
Smart Phones, Computers Have More Young People Complaining About Their EyesYour computer and smart phone may be to blame for your dry or itchy eyes. Eye doctors say thanks to technology, what used to be a problem for the old, is now becoming an epidemic amongst the young.
Popular S. Fla. Activity Could Be Trouble For Your EyesA popular South Florida activity could be trouble for your eyes.
Eyelash Extension Experts Warn: Look Before You Apply If the eyes are the windows to the soul then there's a whole lot of window dressing going on and, in some cases, stories that don’t always end with a fairytale.
Miami Man Sues Hospital After Botched Injection Made Him BlindA Miami man says he suffered blindness in one eye after being injected with a contaminated drug, and now he is suing.
Stanton Coming Up Big For FishAs the Marlins continue to sit at the bottom of the NL East standings, the team got a big shot in the arm last night from Mike Stanton’s walk-off home run in the tenth inning against the division leading Philadelphia Phillies.