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  • Vision is produced by a connection between the brain and eyes. If one eye fails to work in coordination with the brain, vision can be reduced. This is called amblyopia. W...

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  • When eyelids become inflamed, blepharitis could be the source of this common condition. Despite being common, blepharitis is sometimes hard to manage. It has a tendency t...

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  • When the lens of the eye becomes cloudy, that means a cataract has formed that will negatively impact your vision. Older people are most commonly affected by cataracts; b...

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  • Pink eye, also known as conjunctivitis, happens when the eye swells, itches, burns, and the whites of the eye become red. Conjunctivitis is an incredibly common infection...

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  • If the eye suffers an injury, say from a finger or another object, the cornea has a chance to be damaged. Cornea damage can also come from a bacterial infection or virus,...

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  • The inside of the eye is lined with a light-sensitive layer of tissue known as the retina. If the retina detaches, it’s considered a very serious medical emergency ...

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  • One complication of diabetes is diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness that happens when diabetes damages the tiny blood vessels ins...

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  • If you experience a small, dark shape in your vision, it could be a floater. Floaters look like spots, thread, or curved lines in your vision. For most people, seeing flo...

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  • Eye diseases or poor eye health can lead to low vision. Some eye conditions known to cause low vision include age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, strokes, diabet...

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  • Macular Degeneration, also known as AMD, is the leading cause of vision loss in older adults. Many adults over the age of 60 suffer from AMD. Macular Degeneration is when...

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  • If you notice a tender red bump on your eyelid, it could be a stye. A stye is the result of an oil gland infection and usually occurs on the eyelid. A chalazion, on the o...

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  • Tears are essential to ensuring the eyes are kept moist. Besides that, they also help heal eye wounds and keep the eyes protected from infection. People who struggle from...

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  • To preserve your vision and ensure eye health, get a comprehensive dilated eye exam on a regular schedule. Aside from eye health due to genetics or aging, regular eye exa...

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  • To correct vision problems such as blurred vision, double vision, haziness, cross or misaligned eyes, glare, or halos around bright lights, eyeglasses and contact lenses ...

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  • Glaucoma affects the optic nerve of the eye. It is actually a group of diseases that can lead to blindness or permanent vision loss. Glaucoma can appear suddenly, without...

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  • Refractive surgery is a surgical procedure intended to improve the power of the eye’s ability to focus. The most commonly known refractive surgery is LASIK surgery....

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  • When light is bent due to where it hits the cornea and passes through the eyeball, this is called astigmatism. Those with astigmatism have a curved, oblong cornea. In fac...

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  • Farsightedness is also known as hyperopia. This is a commonly occurring refractive error in the eye that happens when objects that are near to the eye are blurry while th...

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  • Nearsightedness, officially known as myopia, is a common eye issue. With myopia, close objects are clearly seen while far away objects are blurry. This is due to a refrac...

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  • A common vision disorder that occurs during aging is presbyopia. It typically begins around 40 years of age. Presbyopia is characterized by the inability to focus up clos...

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