Think you may have damaged your eyes looking at Monday’s solar eclipse? Signs to look out for include loss of central vision, distorted vision or altered colors.
Think you may have damaged your eyes looking at Monday’s solar eclipse? Signs to look out for include loss of central vision, distorted vision or altered colors. Carolyn Cole TNS
Think you may have damaged your eyes looking at Monday’s solar eclipse? Signs to look out for include loss of central vision, distorted vision or altered colors. Carolyn Cole TNS

Do your eyes hurt after the solar eclipse? Here's what you need to know.

August 22, 2017 11:56 AM

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