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  • Sunken Eyes: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

    "Sunken eyes," or "enophthalmos," is a term used to describe the appearance of darker skin directly under your lower eyelids. This makes your eyes look as if they are sitting back inside the eye orbit. You may also hear this referred to as eye hollows. Common causes of sunken eyes include aging, eye trauma, or lack of sleep.

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  • What Is Glaucoma, and How Can You Prevent It?

    Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that affect the optic nerve, and the leading cause of preventable blindness, according to The Glaucoma Foundation. But most people are unaware of their risk. Glaucoma affects about 80 million people worldwide, and that number is expected to reach almost 112 million by 2040.

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  • What are the early signs of macular degeneration?

    Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is an eye condition that affects central vision. Early symptoms include blurry vision, dark spots, and washed-out colors. However, many people have no symptoms of early AMD.

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  • Concussion eyes: Appearance and symptoms

    Eye symptoms are common in cases of concussion. A person with a concussion may have dilated pupils, droopy eyelids, or difficulty tracking objects. Sometimes, these symptoms are obvious, but not always.

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  • Type 2 diabetes in young people puts their eyes at risk

    Young people with Type 2 diabetes (compared to Type 1 diabetics of the same age) are 88 times more likely to develop retinopathy (abnormal blood vessels and/or hemorrhages in the retina).

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  • Many older adults lack clear eyesight, even with glasses, finds study

    New research shows that 28% of people over the age of 71 have a visual impairment, even while wearing their regular glasses, contact lenses, or other visual aids.

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  • Can researchers use stem cells to reverse damage in degenerative eye diseases?

    Transplantation of retinal neurons derived from stem cells is a promising approach for the treatment of degenerative conditions of the retina that involve the loss of neurons.

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  • Bloodshot Eyes Causes and Treatments

    The term "red eye" is used to describe eyes that are red and bloodshot. They develop when blood vessels near the surface of the eye become swollen. The most common causes of red eyes are painless but serious conditions can be quite painful.You can develop bloodshot eyes temporarily after drinking alcohol, staring at a computer screen too long, or forgetting to change your contact lenses. But bloodshot eyes can be caused by something more serious as well, such as an eye injury or infection.

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  • Headaches tied to higher risk for dry eye disease

    Headaches may increase the risk for dry eye disease (DED), according to a systematic review and meta-analysis published online Oct. 19 in the Annals of Medicine.

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  • New study shows repeated stress accelerates aging of the eye

    New research from the University of California, Irvine, suggests aging is an important component of retinal ganglion cell death in glaucoma, and that novel pathways can be targeted when designing new treatments for glaucoma patients.

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