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  • Answering FAQs Regarding Macular Degeneration
    Today, more than 10 million Americans are afflicted with macular degeneration. This statistic makes macular degeneration the leading cause of vision loss across the nation, beating out the numbers of cataracts and glaucoma combined. To bring more awareness about this notorious eye disease, this post from eye exam provider, Clear View..
  • Seeing Double: Examining the 4 Causes of Double Vision
    Your eyes transmit various images and visual information to your brain day in and day out. However, there are some instances when your vision fails. While there are minor and temporary eye issues, such as eye fatigue, that can easily be fixed by taking a short break from visual activities,..
  • The Key Differences Between Bacterial and Viral Conjunctivitis
    Conjunctiva is a thin membrane that covers the front surface of eyes and the inner part of the eyelids. Its primary function is to protect the eye from dust, debris and infection-causing microorganisms. Conjunctivitis (also known as pink eye), however, occurs when the conjunctiva becomes inflamed. This eye problem comes..
  • How Orthokeratology Can Improve Your Eyesight
    For many years, people had to rely on eyeglasses to correct different eye conditions, such as nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. Modern contact lenses, however, were a game changer. They have allowed many people to see clearly without using traditional eyeglasses, but some don’t feel comfortable wearing them throughout the day...
  • No More Tears: What Causes Dry Eye Syndrome
    Your eyes produce tears for a reason: to protect them from dust, debris and microorganisms. People with dry eyes, however, can suffer from eye irritation and inflammation due to the lack of moisture and lubrication on the surface of their eye...

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