More 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.
It’s time to face the facts about our faces. We’re seeing more of ourselves from different angles, what with selfies, facebook, face-time, Instagram and online dating websites. Apparently many of us aren’t happy with the way we look. As CBS4’s Rhiannon Ally explained, the “Facebook Facelift” is just one of the many cosmetic procedures that have skyrocketed along with social media.
They’re a little strange looking, controversial and aren’t even available to the public yet. But Google Glass may soon become the next hottest thing in mobile communication.
Your 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.
The number of people who are nearsighted, a condition doctors call myopia, has doubled in this country since the 1970’s. While the theories behind that increase are numerous, one thing is certain, millions more people are wearing glasses, contacts or having corrective laser surgery.
It’s the summer of 3-D movies but, some people can’t see 3D at all. And if you have a severe headache after watching a 3D movie it’s a sign of a bigger problem.
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.
Six month old Mia is one of nearly 200 babies that helped in groundbreaking research conducted by Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton.
For some, living in South Florida is synonymous with living with allergies, and now new reports indicates that some medications could possibly lead to blindness.
A South Florida man who gouged out his and his wife’s eyes has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.