Can blind people have pupil reactions to light?

Answer On One Hand: Blindness from Optic Nerve DiseaseAccording to Lee Ann Remmington, your pupil's ability to react to light depends on light being detected by your retina and the signal being transmitte... Read More »

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Do blind people see light?

On One Hand: Completely Blind People Do Not See LightWhen a person is completely blind, she does not see anything, including light, according to Medline Plus.On the Other: Some Blind People See Lig... Read More »

Is it true that blind people don't get cancer because they aren't exposed to artificial light?

No, this isn't true. There have been studies on a reduced cancer rate among the blind. (Reduced is not the same as non-existent.) You can read the abstract and the first page of one such study (1... Read More »

What Happens When There Is More Light in One Pupil Than the Other One?

The human eye is a complex organ. It allows us to see, interpret shapes and colors, as well as dimensions of objects. Light enters the eye and passes through many components before it gets to the o... Read More »

Human Eye Pupil: I read the cornea magnifies the pupil, but by how much?

The magnification in the eye is carried by the Lens and the cornea, the pupil is just an aperture which helps selecting point of focusing the rays entering the eye so we can see near and far objects