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7. What Causes Yellow Eyes? Conjunctival or scleral icterus is a type of eye discoloration which turns the sclera to yellow. Yellow eyes are commonly a symptom of jaundice, a condition caused by elevated levels of bilirubin. Jaundice usually occurs in newborns but can also occur at any age but is far less common. → Link

6. Herpes Keratitis: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment. The herpes simplex virus (HSV) causes herpes keratitis, a viral infection of the eye. The virus is divided into two types. Type 1: is the most common, infecting the face and causing the well-known “cold sore” or “fever blister.” Type 2: is a sexually transmitted herpes infection that affects the genitals. → Link

5. How Stress Affects Your Eyes. High levels of adrenaline in the body can trigger pressure on the eyes, resulting in blurred vision when we are extremely stressed and anxious. Eye pressure may be a daily occurrence for people who suffer from long-term anxiety. If you become hypersensitive to even the tiniest movement, the pressure from other senses can lead to muscle discomfort and headaches over time. → Link

4. COVID and its Transmission Through the Eyes. The global COVID-19 pandemic was, without a doubt, the most important tale of 2020. Although the situation is still evolving, researchers have learned a lot about transmission and how to slow it down. Although face masks have become commonplace, the virus can still reach your body through your eyes. → Link

3. How Are Defects in the Visual Field Caused By Stroke Diagnosed? Strokes are triggered by an abrupt interruption in the brain’s blood supply. Blockages in the brain’s arteries are the most common cause. A stroke can be caused by leaky blood arteries or bleeding in some situations. Damaged brain cells result from a disruption in the bloodstream, which cuts off oxygen delivery to areas of the brain. → Link

2. Understanding Color Blindness. Color blindness is a deficiency in which an individual lacks the ability to perceive colors and is not a form of blindness. A person with color blindness will have difficulty in seeing certain colors such as red, green, blue, and yellow. → Link

1. Comparison Between Eye Floaters and Flashes. It is common for individuals to interchange eye floaters and flashes for they come from the same phenomena. Entoptic phenomena refer to when visual effects come within the inside of the eye itself. The most common example of entoptic phenomena is eye floaters and eye flashes. → Link

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