Your eyes can be affected by exposure to sunlight, just like your skin.
Because sharks have such similar cornea structures to those of humans, they can theoretically be used for corneal transplants on humans.
While carrots' beta-carotene levels may indeed benefit vision, it's certainly not the only food that could do your eyes some good.
An animal's pupils may offer insight into whether or not they tend to be active predators or prey.
The most pervasive source of blue light? That's going to be sunlight!
It's been reported that when people spot something attractive to them (for example, seeing someone they love), it can cause the pupils to dilate involuntarily.
Microsaccades are quick, involuntary eye movements that can occur during an extended period of "visual fixation."
In the United States, basketball is the sport most commonly associated with eye injuries.
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