Don't always ignore disturbances in your vision


Lubricating eye drops being used by golfer Tiger Woods in this picture, can help with eyelid twitching and dry eyes. — AP

Some visual disturbances are annoying but nothing to worry about.

Others, however, can be signs of a potentially serious condition requiring immediate medical attention.

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Dry eyes , Glaucoma , Squinting


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