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  1. Diabetes also affects your vision

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    Diabetes also affects your vision

    Diabetes can affect vision in many ways (changes in vision, double vision, diabetic retinopathy, etc.). It is necessary to have your eyes checked regularly to be able to treat the symptoms effectively.

  2. 6 tips for good eye health

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    6 tips for good eye health

    Taking care of your eyes on a daily basis is important. Here are 6 easy courses of action to help you.

  3. Computer vision syndrome: how to protect yourself from it?

    CATEGORY: Health

    Computer vision syndrome: how to protect yourself from it?

    Many studies show that we use more and more screens. This is not trivial and can cause Artificial Vision Syndrome: AVS (or computer vision syndrome).

  4. Foods that are good for your eye health

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    Foods that are good for your eye health

    Drinking water to stay hydrated, eating fruits and vegetables for a healthy diet, these are habits that we know are good to adopt. But what do we eat to take care of our eyes?

  5. Only one ancestor for all blue eyes!

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    Only one ancestor for all blue eyes!

    A genetic mutation over 6,000 years ago is the cause of all blue-eyed people.

  6. dark eyes VS light eyes: inequalities in the face of pathologies

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    dark eyes VS light eyes: inequalities in the face of pathologies

    Various studies highlight a different sensitivity to certain conditions or even a disparity in the development of certain diseases depending on eye color.

  7. Browns, blues, greens: what defines the color of our eyes?

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    Browns, blues, greens: what defines the color of our eyes?

    "You have beautiful eyes you know!", "What seduced me were his eyes." For thousands of years, eye color has been charming, frightening, questioning. Why do we have the colored iris and what defines these differences in colors and shades?

  8. Alzheimer's disease could be detected in the eyes

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    Alzheimer's disease could be detected in the eyes

    Many ongoing studies are investigating ways to screen for Alzheimer's disease through a thorough, non-invasive eye examination. The researchers base themselves on the eye/brain interconnection.

  9. Too much eye rubbing can distort the cornea

    CATEGORY: Health

    Too much eye rubbing can distort the cornea

    Rubbing the eyes is a gesture that seems banal, but its repetition can lead to deformation and central thinning of the cornea: this is called keratoconus.