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blepharospasm causes
30Jun, 2016

TWITCHING EYELIDS

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The term “blepharospasm” refers to the repetitive, involuntary spasm of the eyelid that most often occurs in the upper eyelid, although it can occur in the lower lid. When twitching becomes persistent and/or annoying, it’s time to schedule an appointment with the eye doctor. Some people experience spasms that are mild and feel like a gentle tug on the eyelid, while others suffer from spasms that are so strong that they force them to close their eyes. The spasms may occur every few seconds for a minute or two, or […]
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4Mar, 2015

A CLOUDED FORECAST

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When impaired vision interferes with your usual activities, safe and effective cataract surgery is the best answer. Cataracts can occur at any age and may be due to an eye injury, certain eye diseases, medical conditions (such as diabetes), heredity, birth defects, some medications (such as steroids), excessive alcohol consumption, and smoking.
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