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Posts filed under: Conditions

Last February, we published a blog post on Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) discussing this progressive disease that causes vision loss in the central field of vision. We mentioned that for the two types of AMD, wet and dry, there was...
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There is a critter, called a demodex mite, that, according to the National Institutes of Health, is “the most common microscopic ectoparasite found in the human skin.” But that’s not all, once these mites move in, by the time you...
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It’s safe to say that clear vision is important to have. It’s how we take in vast amounts of information, helping us to understand the world. Yet sometimes it can become blurry—fuzzy around the edges of what we’re looking at—and...
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When a person is diagnosed with cancer, their cancer-care team will recommend treatments to address the disease. These treatments may include radiation, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, targeted drug therapies, as well as targeted radiation therapies. Each of these may have side effects,...
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Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a condition where the center of your field of vision—but not your peripheral vision—becomes damaged over time. It’s a progressive process that starts with blurriness and ends with a darkened patch smack in the middle...
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For several years, All About Eyes has been raising the alarm on the increasing rates of myopia in all age groups, but most especially in children. Myopia—also called near-sightedness or short-sightedness—is when objects in the distance are blurry. Close-up objects...
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Astigmatism is a condition where the physical shape of the eyeball, which is usually round like an orange, is instead oval, more like an egg. This difference in the curvature of the surface of the eye results in blurred vision,...
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Puffy eyes are a temporary condition — most of the time — and can be treated at home by using a cold compress, cucumbers, or over-the-counter creams to reduce the swelling around the eyes. The causes for periorbital edema are...
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The onset of double vision can be an alarming development if you’ve previously not had experience with it. If you suddenly see double, it’s important to meet with your eye doctor to rule out any underlying causes and address them...
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In just a few months’ time, presbyopia-correcting eyedrops may receive final approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), opening up another option to correct this middle-age issue.  Presbyopia, also known as age-related farsightedness, is a condition that creeps up...
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