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Eye Health
Did you know that vision is closely linked to the learning process? Routine eye exams are important — regardless of your age or your physical health. Here you will learn about treatment and care of your eyes and eye care basics to help prevent eye problems.
Glaucoma is not a singular eye disease, but is instead a term for several eye conditions that can damage your optic nerve. The optic nerve...
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A cataract is a painless clouding of the lens of the eye. Everything looks more blurry, with a cataract....
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Macular degeneration, also called age-related macular degeneration (AMD), is a disease that causes vision loss. According to the Cleveland...
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Diabetic retinopathy is damage to the eye's retina that occurs with long-term diabetes. See also: Type 1...
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Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) and blue light rays can cause sunburned eyes and other long-term damage...
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Burning, stinging, or tearing in your eyes may be signs of eye allergies. Learn what can trigger this...
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Floaters,-objects appearing to float across your eye-or a gray veil moving across your field of vision are frightening symptoms. These...
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Learn about the tests that help doctors look for glaucoma and the things that make you at greater risk...
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