THINGS ABOUT EYES
Added on: 3rd Dec 2015
NEWBORNS DON’T PRODUCE TEARS
In spite of their crying sounds; babies tears don’t begin to flow
until they’re around 4 to 13 weeks old.
DOCTORS HAVE YET TO FIND A WAY TO DO
The optic nerve, which connects the eyes to the brain, is too
sensitive to successfully reconstruct.
On average, an eyeball is about an inch in diameter and
weighs around 0.25 ounces.
This eye condition happens when a person is born with two
different coloured eyes.
Out of every muscle in the body, the ones that control the eyes
happen to be the most active.
Your eyes are made up of more than two million working parts to
make them fully functional.
Shark corneas are very similar to the ones we humans have.
Because of that similarity, they’ve been used as replacements in
human eye surgeries.
80% of vision problems around the world are avoidable or even curable.
Advancements in lasik surgery as well as preventive care through
supplements and diets contribute to this.