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Legally Blind and Contact Prescription Jan 13, 2016

To become legally blind, prescription matters? In terms of our research, not so much. Definition, cause and treatment of legal blindness deepen your understanding. View Full Article...

What Cause Blurred Vision in One Eye? Dec 31, 2015

Blurred vision in one eye is most commonly caused by myopia, but other causes such as aging, diabetes and cataract can all lead to the condition. Read for more causes. View Full Article...

Woke Up with Swollen Eyes Dec 18, 2015

Woke up with swollen eyes? Don't worry. We have summarized 9 main causes and 7 main remedies for you, such as good sleep, enough water, egg white, potato…… View Full Article...

Swollen Eyes from Crying Dec 18, 2015

You may have swollen eyes from crying that look quite unsightly. Luckily, you can take some steps and try certain natural remedies to reduce swelling under the eyes. View Full Article...

Bacterial Conjunctivitis Dec 04, 2015

Bacterial conjunctivitis is a one of the highly contagious forms of pink eye. To prepare yourself, it helps to be familiar with the causes, symptoms, and treatment. View Full Article...

Blocked Tear Duct in Adult Dec 03, 2015

Many people search "blocked tear duct adults" on google. Here we have summarized the symptoms, causes and various treatments for these blocked tear duct in adults. View Full Article...

Vitreomacular Traction Dec 03, 2015

Vitreomacular traction is an eye disease that is treatable and becoming more common in aging populations. Find out what it is and what to do if you have VMT. View Full Article...

Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis Dec 03, 2015

What is giant papillary conjunctivitis? It's an inflammatory, non-contagious condition targeting the conjunctiva. Here are its symptoms, causes, treatments…… View Full Article...

Is It Pink Eye or Allergies? Dec 03, 2015

Is it pink eye or allergies? Actually, allergies that make eyes pink (red) is one kind of pink eye, or conjunctivitis. Luckily, there are good treatments for both. View Full Article...

Incubation Period for Pink Eye Dec 03, 2015

The incubation period for pink eye varies from 12 hours to 3 days, according to different causes. Treatment also depends on the whether it is bacterial or viral infection. View Full Article...

 
 
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