Category: <span>Eye Floaters</span>

What You Need to Know About Eye Floaters

Cobwebs, specks, worms, squiggles, flies, “I thought I saw a rat run across the kitchen floor but when I looked it wasn’t there” – eye floaters can take on all sorts of shapes and (evidently zoomorphic) forms. They can vary from an elusive drifting spot noticeable only against a clear, blue sky to an irritating blob in the center of your vision, determined to block out the next word of every sentence you try to read.
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Research & Publications

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The Link Between Dry Eye and Depression

If clinical depression involves sadness, low mood, and bouts of crying, you’d think it’d be more associated with watery …

What eye floaters look like

Food for Floaters

It’s a fly! No, it’s a spider! No, it’s a…. vitreous floater. Though you may be relieved to realize you’ve not …

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Cataract Surgery Could Reduce Dementia Risk

With dementia affecting almost 6 million people in the US, it wouldn’t be unexpected that you may personally know of someone …