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Migraine and Vision

Migraines are horrible. For those of you who have never experienced a migraine, you’re one of the lucky few. There’s the pain, of course- throbbing, pounding pain. But then, you get the tag-along symptoms: nausea and sensitivity to light and noise. Migraine … Continue reading

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Chronic Red Eyes

Red eyes can be caused by a variety of factors, including dirty contact lenses, cigarette smoke, allergies, infections, dry eye, inflammation and glaucoma. Some of these problems are minor and readily treatable; others are medical emergencies. A sudden redness, especially … Continue reading

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Reasons to Visit the Eye Doctor

Do you have good vision and rarely experience any eye problems? If the answer to both questions is yes, then you probably don’t go to the eye doctor very often. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t. It is suggested how often you … Continue reading

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Choosing the Best Eyeglasses for your Face Shape

For many of us, the most important aspect of choosing eyeglass frames is how they look on our face. You could try on every pair of eyeglasses in the store to find out how each one looks, but narrowing down your choices in advance … Continue reading

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Fun with Contact Lenses

A doctor in India has found a way to add some sparkle to people’s eyes. Dr. Chandrashekhar Chawan, a Mumbai-based doctor, developed both diamond-infused lenses along with 24-karat gold contact lenses by infusing nano gold particles to create a “glitter” effect … Continue reading

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Floaters in the Eye

Floaters, those small dots or cobweb-shaped patches that move or “float” through the field of vision, can be alarming. Though many are harmless, if you develop a new floater, you need to be seen pretty quickly by an eye doctor … Continue reading

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