Eye & Vision Problems
From eye infections to pinkeye, lazy eye to styes, learn what to do if your child is experiencing a problem with his vision, what to do about it, and more.
Signs of pinkeye usually include a swollen, red, and watery eye. Learn how to prevent and treat signs of conjunctivitis.
Give your child a healthy outlook by helping to prevent vision loss.
One in four school-age children has a vision problem that needs correcting, so don't take good eyesight for granted. Read on for the latest information on common infections.
These are the vision problems and eye conditions doctors most frequently see in children.
Get step-by-step instructions for administering eyedrops to kids.
If you have a child in kindergarten, remember to schedule a vision screening with the eye doctor.
Why some kids need an eye patch, and how to get them to actually wear it.
Also known as amblyopia, lazy eye is a common eye problem in children--but it's not so easy to recognize. Read on for the best ways to identify and treat it.
All that extra TLC you're heaping on your firstborn may have a downside: It could impact her vision.
That little lump on your child's eyelid is less scary than it looks. This is how to recognize a stye and help it disappear.
Eye problems affect one in 20 preschoolers and one in four school-age kids, and can result in permanent damage if untreated, according to the American Academy of Ophthalmology. The following Web sites will help you assess early on if your child has a vision problem.
Suspecting a vision problem with your child? Our experts make the most common conditions crystal clear.
Watch this adorable video of a baby with oculocutaneous albinism see his mom for the first time with the help of special glasses.
When a grocery store clerk graciously helped her blind, autistic daughter through a meltdown, this mom shared her gratitude in a heartfelt Facebook post.
Experts explain what congenital ptosis--or drooping of the upper eyelid--is all about.