Whenever "pink eye" is the topic of discussion, chances are it has absolutely nothing to do with makeup. But Ashley Benson
Bob Costas has anchored the network's Olympics coverage for several decades, to the point where many American viewers of the event consider him a feature of the competition along with those five iconic rings.
If you tuned into the first 2014 Winter Olympics primetime broadcast on NBC Thursday (Feb. 6), you may have noticed that host Bob Costas was looking a little wonky in one eye.
"The cornea is very sensitive and could be scarred," he warned. In one classroom of 12-year-olds, one third of students confessed
It's Save Your Vision Month, and to "celebrate" I have been speaking with Leila Rafla-Demetrious, M.D, a board-certified ophthalmologist on staff at the New York Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical School, to get a clear description of common eye emergencies.
Whether we like it or not, our nation's beaches are not as clean as we would prefer them to be. Ocean water contaminated