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Is It True That Eating Certain Foods Can Help The Whites Of Eyes Be Brighter
How likely is jaundice the cause of slight yellow discolouration of skin in certain areas if whites of eyes remain bright white? Thanks.
I shined a bright light in my eye and now everything is green and blue and I can't see certain colors is that bad?
Eye condtion: If you are concerned about your vision please see an eye doctor right away. Catching something early on is very helpful and important. The fact that you put a light in your eye suggests you had some concerns about your eye in the first place. Loosing color vision needs to be a assessed by your eye doctor. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I have a very good health food store with a knowledgeable owner. If she suggests a certain root or herb, can I use it safely for an eye infection?
No!: There are no roots or herbs to treat eye infections. I have heard of some non-medicinal "cures" for eye infections, however the danger is that the infection will get worse and ultimately cause permanent vision loss while waiting for such remedies to be effective. If you think you have an eye infection you should seek an ophthalmologist to help you immediately. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have dislocated lenses in my eyes. Can this be corrected by surgery or by eating specific foods?
Surgery - yes: If your vision is badly affected by the dislocated lens and cannot be corrected with glasses, then yes, you can have surgery to remove the lens and have an artificial lens implanted. There are no foods or dietary supplements that can improve a dislocated lens. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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