Macular Degeneration Information
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Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration usually goes undetected until it reaches the advanced stage, when noticeable changes in central vision become apparent, such as blurring, waviness, or a loss of color. Blinds spot are usually noticeable, and eventually there can be a complete loss of central vision. Peripheral vision is almost never affected. More »

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Conjunctivitis Information
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Conjunctivitis, or pink eye, occurs when the mucus membrane covering the outer surface of the eyeball gets inflamed. Usually, a viral or bacterial infection is the cause, but allergies, contact lenses, environmental irritants, and defective tear ducts can also trigger the problem. Though pink eye can be uncomfortable and highly contagious, it rarely causes any permanent damage. More »

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