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Scratched Cornea

The eye is one of the most delicate, yet most exposed parts of the body. It is for this particular reason that eye injuries are a fairly common occurrence. Eye scratches usually take the top of the list of eye injuries. They can occur in many ways and forms, but the most common is corneal […]

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Broken Blood Vessel in the Eye

At times, small blood vessels in whites of eyes can break and cause some red spots or specks. This condition is referred to as subconjunctival hemorrhage. An individual may not realize that they have broken blood vessel in eye until they look in mirror and see white part of the eye looking bright red. The […]

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Ptosis Repair

Ptosis is a medical term which refers to a disorder of abnormal drooping of the upper eyelid. In some cases, the eyelid droop is hardly visible, while in very rare instances, the eyelid may cover the complete pupil. The upper eyelid of both or one eye can droop due to weakening of the muscles that […]

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Blind spots in vision

Also known as scotoma, a blind spot is a specific section in the eye/retina which does not have receptors that react to light. In lay man’s terms, a blind spot can be referred to as a tiny section in the eye without vision. Every human has a physiological or natural blind spot in the vision. […]

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How To Get Rid Of Bags Under Your Eyes

Under-eye bags are one of the most common problems when you are aging. It can also occur due to stress, allergies, and lack of sleep. Mostly wrong habits in terms of diet that can lead to water retention can also cause this issue. Here are 10 ways to get rid of bags under your eyes […]

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Graves Disease

Graves disease is an autoimmune condition, which results in hyperthyroidism or overproduction of thyroid hormones. This condition is the most common cause for hyperthyroidism. Since Graves disease affects the synthesis of thyroid hormone, the symptoms are wide ranging. This disease can affect anyone but it is rarely life threatening. It commonly affects women before the […]

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