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Natural Remedies for Common Eye Problems

Natural Remedies for Common Eye Problems

There are some eye conditions that aren’t vision-threatening like cataracts or a detached retina, but that doesn’t make them any less annoying. What can be done? The problem isn’t serious enough to warrant a visit to the eye doctor, but it is serious enough to get in the way of your day to day. Well, […]

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Tricks to Improve Night Vision

Tricks to Improve Night Vision

Some animals, like cats and owls, can see quite perfectly at night. Unfortunately for us, we were not given the same type of sight no matter how much we like to stay up into the wee hours. Humans have day vision, meaning we see more clearly during the day when lots of light is present. […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin A

Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin A

Let’s talk about vitamin A. Vitamin A enjoys a good, but rather vague reputation – most people are aware that they should probably make sure to eat enough of it, but an awful lot of them aren’t entirely sure why. And in most cases, this is enough. Vitamin A is indeed good for you in […]

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Does Astigmatism Have an Impact on Driving Performance?

Does Astigmatism Have an Impact on Driving Performance?

Astigmatism may not be the best-known eye disorder, but it’s certainly among the most common. Some studies have estimated the prevalence of astigmatism in children to be as high as 34 percent, a number that’s widely believed to increase with age. Blurred vision is a hallmark symptom of astigmatism. And while effective corrective measures to […]

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Why Does My Vision Get Worse at Night?

Why Does My Vision Get Worse at Night?

If you need a nightlight to find your way to the kitchen for a midnight snack, or have difficulty seeing while driving in the evening, you may be suffering from a condition known as night blindness. People with night blindness see poorly in darkness or dim light but normally when adequate amounts of light are […]

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