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Jan 22, 2018

Protecting Your Eyes in the Digital Age

From the moment we get up to the moment we go to bed, more and more of us are on our smartphones, tablets, computers or other digital devices. That’s a lot of eyeballs glued to a lot of screens. If you count yourself among the ninety percent of adults who spend two or more hours […]

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Jan 22, 2018

Double Vision Due to Nerve Palsies in Diabetics

Double vision is when an individual sees two images of one object. Double vision might occur when only one eye is open (also called monocular diplopia) or when both eyes are open (also called binocular diplopia). Binocular double vision disappears when one eye is closed. Other symptoms such as bulging eye, eye pain or muscle […]

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Jan 22, 2018

How Multiple Sclerosis Can Affect Eyes in Respect to Double Vision

Vision and eye problems are common among people with multiple sclerosis, also known as “MS”. They are often the first symptoms of MS, but can happen later in the course of the disease as well. Some of the eye complications associated with MS include double vision and optic neuritis. These two symptoms can occur acutely […]

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