Monthly Archives: October 2015

                        
                            

Just How Serious Are Eye Floaters?

             
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Eye floaters are most commonly caused by the separation of the vitreous body from the inner walls of the eye. As you age, the vitreous gel in your eye liquefies and shrinks, thus weakening the inner wall. When the vitreous detaches it begins to condense—this causes the floaters the average person notices in their vision. […]

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Early Warning Signs of Ocular Cancer

             
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Ocular Cancer, commonly referred to as “eye cancer,” starts when healthy cells throughout the eye begin to experience uncontrollable change and grow, this causes the growth of tumors. While ocular cancer is rare there are two basic types of ocular cancer that you should be on the lookout for: Primary Intraocular Cancer: With adults, this […]

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