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When you can’t seem to find relief from allergy symptoms, your eyes may be bothering you for another reason.
Most dry eye problems can be treated with over-the-counter or prescription eye drops. But if you experience vision changes, pain or severe redness, see your doctor.
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Tears are useful. They telegraph all kinds of feelings. They help you see clearly. They wash debris from your eyes. Here you’ll discover everything you need to know about tears. Why they taste salty. Why women cry more than men. What happens when you make too many tears. Why you get dry eye. And more.
As the weather turns cold and dry, many people’s eyes start to feel like parchment paper. They burn, itch and feel like they have grit in them that just won’t come out. If you have these symptoms, you may have dry eye. Dry eye is a condition in which the eyes don’t produce enough tears … Read More