vision

Nearsightedness has gone up significantly due to looking at small digital screens for hours during the pandemic, according to UCLA ophthalmologists.

By uclahealth • August 23, 2022

As the brain learns to process 3-D vision, the cells of the visual cortex turn different genes on or off in response to visual information

By uclahealth • January 25, 2022

Things are looking up for Steve Richards thanks to a Jules Stein eye surgeon who helped restore his vision Steve, a 46-year-old accountant, ...

By uclahealth • April 1, 2019

Dear Doctors: About a year ago, when I turned 44, I started using reading glasses that I purchased at the drug store and they seemed ...

By Ask the Doctors • August 8, 2018

Approximately 25 million Americans have cataracts, which causes cloudy, blurry or dim vision and often develops with advancing age. This June, the UCLA Stein ...

By uclahealth • June 11, 2018

Dear Doctors: Our son recently went to the optometrist and we were surprised to learn he has astigmatism and needs glasses. My friends say astigmatism ...

By Ask the Doctors • June 7, 2018

Sipping a mug of piping hot tea on a cold day doesn’t just warm you up—it may also protect your vision. That’s the good news ...

By Elaine Schmidt • December 20, 2017

Ophthalmologists Encourage Making Your Eyes Part of a Healthy Aging Strategy According to a national survey released by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, ...

By uclahealth • September 14, 2017

I got my ears pierced on March 20. 2 days later, I was with the school nurse to have her help me clean the wounds. ...

By saremihaniyeh • July 27, 2017

On-the-job safety goes well beyond avoiding slips, falls, and heavy lifting. Caring for your eyes should be a high priority and part of an ...

By uclahealth • March 28, 2017