On the latest episode of Pacific Standard's podcast about how our stories are made, associate editor Ben Rowen narrates our most recent feature by Benjamin Rachlin.
At the extreme end of adaptive sports, technology allows visually impaired sailors to compete without the assistance of sighted crewmembers.
After decades of disappointment, cures to once-incurable diseases seem within reach.
India's first English-language lifestyle magazine in Braille is bringing quizzes, fashion stories, and inspirational profiles to the biggest blind population in the world.
Failed to notice your partner's haircut? Here's an excuse.
What you need to know about The Proteus Paradox, For the Benefit of Those Who See, and Promise Land.
On “inattentional blindness” in security guards, and what to do about it.
An ophthalmologist concludes the great composer suffered from secondary glaucoma following a botched eye operation.
Stem cells might be able to prevent blindness caused by macular degeneration.