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Eye Floaters

Are There Vitamins for Eye Floaters?

Eye floaters are harmless protein clumps that float in your eye fluid and appear as dots, strands or squiggly lines. They usually ...

Eye Floaters and Excess Protein

By the time you reach a certain age, in your teens or early 20s, you will have most likely experienced floaters in your field of v...

Why Do I See Spots & Colors After Exercise?

Seeing spots or flashes of light or experiencing blurry vision in general are all common complaints after physical activity. In fa...

Cholesterol and Eye Floaters

Eye floaters -- small flecks or shapes that move from or remain within your visual field -- can range in severity from merely anno...

What Are the Causes of Posterior Vitreous Detachment?

The vitreous is a gel-like material attached to the retina at several points along the back of the eye. If the vitreous becomes de...

Diagnosis & Symptoms of Eye Floaters

Eye floaters can be a highly annoying visual disturbance. Most of the time, a few floaters in your line of vision aren’t har...

Diuretics & Eye Floaters

An eye floater is the dark, shadowed spot that floats through your vision. Most people have one or more floaters, and this does no...

Eye Floaters & Omega 3

Omega-3 fatty acids will not prevent or treat common eye floaters, which often increase with aging. Omega-3 fatty acids found in f...

Remedies for Vitreous Detachment

Vitreous gel fills the eyeball, helping maintain its shape. Posterior vitreous detachment occurs when the vitreous gel pulls away ...

Diet for Eye Floaters

Floaters are small objects appearing to float on your eyeball. They take many shapes including specks, cobwebs, and squiggly threa...
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