Eye & Vision Problems
Eye infections can affect your baby's vision and result in red, watery, goopy eyes that are itchy and make it hard for your baby to see. Learn about 3 common eye conditions and treatments, including pinkeye, blocked tear duct, and sty.
How the world comes into focus during the first year.
My son's eyes have a yellowish drainage. Should I worry?
My 11-month-old gets redness around her eyes often.
Find out how to identify and treat pinkeye, blocked tear ducts, and sties.
Your baby looks beautiful to you, but how do you -- and the rest of the world -- look to him? A peek at how eyesight develops.
This 3-month-old's new glasses let her see her mama's face clearly for the very first time, and her reaction is simply heartwarming.
If you notice Baby rubbing his eyes, which seem to be more swollen and irritated than usual, a little-known (but usually mild) condition called blepharitis might be the problem. Learn the symptoms of blepharitis and how to get proper treatment.
Are you worried that your little one is having problems with his eyes? Learn what could be wrong and whether to call the doctor.
Could your infant's swollen eye be pinkeye? Find out if your baby has the symptoms of this infection and how to treat it.
It's important to make sure your baby's vision is on track from an early age, so before you schedule another well-baby exam with the pediatrician, here's what you need to know about infant eye exams.
Communication is crucial when caring for a baby with vision problems. Here are ways to help keep your little one's development on track.
All that extra TLC you're heaping on your firstborn may have a downside: It could impact her vision.
Your baby's vision will go from blurry to bright in a few months. Learn how to make the most of his new views.