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Eyes look red or bloodshot when the tiny blood vessels on the surface of the eye (the conjunctiva) expand and become swollen with blood. Most often...
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Any eye condition in which the clarity of the vitreous humor is altered can produce the symptom of eye floaters. As one gets older, changes normally...
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These innocent little red areas are called SUBCONJUNCTIVAL HEMORRHAGES. They are just tiny little bruises from ruptured blood vessels. They appear...
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Insulin affects your vision because insulin lowers blood glucose levels which in turn effects the lens of the eye, not because insulin has a direct...
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Floaters are usually small spots that move in your field of vision. They are caused by specks of protein floating in the vitreous humor—the jelly...
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In general, a stye is not contagious so it's not a problem for a cook to continue to work. As always, you would want to still practice good hand...
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I've had sinus problems most of my adult life and I feel for you! First of all, if you're blowing out clear junk rather than yellow or green...
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Usually, it's OK to wear contacts when you've experienced a subconjunctival hemorrhage. You may want to keep extra wetting solution on hand...
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This is a very interesting and not uncommon occurrence, believe it or not.Of course, it's impossible to diagnose what's going on with your...
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Eye floaters are associated with the retinopathy of diabetes, retinal tears, retinal detachment, and large degrees of nearsightedness. They occur...
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Yes it can. It can cause blurry vision,dry eyes and sore eye balls
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Eye floaters can be annoying, but by themselves they are not dangerous. The majority of eye floaters are caused by normal aging changes within the...
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A Stye is an infection of a gland of an eyelid. Usually this happens because the gland has been blocked. The stye will almost  look like a...
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Most eye floaters decrease in size and darkness with time. Some of this is due to actual absorption of the floater through the natural processes...
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Rosacea may or may not affect the eyes. Not everyone with rosacea has eye issues. A complication of advanced rosacea, known as ocular rosacea...
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