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eye health and vision

Nature: The Cure for Nearsightedness?
While you can't improve your eyesight after a certain point in life, you might be able to prevent vision problems with a little vitamin "N."
Save Your Eyes—Change Your Light Bulbs
Want to improve your vision and keep it healthy for the rest of your life? Swap out your light bulbs.
3D TV and Video Games Merit a Closer Look
There's reason to be cautious about 3D video, but not for reasons you might expect. (Of course, 2D screens have their downside, too.)
Eating Seafood Could Save Your Sight
Study finds that healthy fats in fish lower risk of macular degeneration.
Protect Your Eyes from the Summer Sun
Your eyes are just as susceptible to UV damage as your skin, but a good pair of shades will keep them healthy.
Try 5 Vision-Preserving Recipes and Save Your Sight with Lutein
Want to keep your vision sharp, and maybe even improve it? Fill up on foods with lutein in them.
Vitamin C Overdose Could Cause Cataracts
Study: Too-high doses of healthy vitamin C raise cataract risk in some women.
The Best Summer Sunglasses
Pick shades that look great and give your eyes the best protection—and keep your old pair out of the landfill.
Red Meat Raises Your Risk of Vision Loss
Study finds that eating red meat 10 or more times per week may increase your risk of age-related blindness.
Eat Green for Better Eyesight
Certain antioxidants found in green veggies can shade your eyes from disastrous degeneration.