Doctors are baffled by an illness that has left Jordyn Walker with no sense of taste, smell—and now sight.
A common mistake people make while wearing contacts is leading to the outbreaks.
The men responsible have both pleaded guilty and now face jail time.
"He is dying to see a real rainbow," his mother said.
In general, these kinds of small studies are done to make sure a treatment is safe. To figure out whether it really works, more studies have to be done.
The price likely won't be announced until January, according to a spokesperson.
Survivors of the Ebola virus often have serious visual problems, and a new study helps explain why.
Glaucoma affects 16 million people worldwide, many of whom have lost a third of their vision before they start treatment.
A new preventative drug has the potential to grow retina vessels in babies with FEVR, a hereditary disease that causes progressive vision loss.
Google is collaborating with Britain's National Health Service.
Facebook will be using a machine learning network that learns the contents of a photo.
Electrodes placed in users' mouths provide them with a new way to sense their surroundings.
The Tactile Picture Book Project is developing tactile books allowing blind children to follow along text with raised images