That woman who left 27 contact lenses in one eye didn't know the half of it.
New research shows a surgical procedure can restore vision in the wake of severe brain injuries.
Research presented at the Radiological Society of North America meeting this week fits with previously-held hypotheses.
Right now there’s no easy way to diagnose the disease.
To understand why male astronauts have experienced vision changes in space, we need to study women on Earth.
Blindsimmers, or people who pretend to be blind, feel a visceral desire to obscure their own vision, sometimes leading them to take drastic measures.
She suffers from body integrity identity disorder, a controversial condition in which able-bodied people believe they are meant to be disabled.