Harvard Health Letter

What should you do about those unpleasant eye floaters?

Debris in your vision is a nuisance, but you may have to live with it. Strings, blobs, and cobwebs: they all describe types of specks that may appear to float across your field of vision. These “floaters” are usually just a nuisance. “In many cases, floaters become less noticeable or more tolerable over time, and can even disappear entirely,” says Dr. Jeffrey Heier, an ophthalmologist and Harvard Medical School instructor. …

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