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Remember how eye doctors were warning people not to stare at the solar eclipse in August without proper protection? [Read More]
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Within the last 12 months, 40% of employees surveyed by CareerBuilder said they lied to take a sick day from work, and 23% of them... [Read More]
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Being a premium viewing spot for this summer's total solar eclipse provided brought unprecedented traffic and valuable exposure to the U.S.'s least populous state. Hundreds... [Read More]
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The largest proportion of visiting travel parties was spent on lodging, followed by food and drinks and then transportation. [Read More]
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The New York woman stared at the eclipse without protection, and her eyesight remained damaged six weeks later. A Pennsylvania man suffered damage as well.... [Read More]
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A woman in her 20s reported blurred vision, metamorphopsia, and color distortion in her vision hours after viewing the eclipse without protective eyewear. She also... [Read More]
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Nia Payne asked to borrow the woman's glasses to look up at the rare phenomenon in the sky — not knowing it would change her... [Read More]
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Nearly 192,000 people traveled to Wyoming to view last summer's total solar eclipse, boosting the state's economy by an estimated $63.5 million, according to an... [Read More]
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Nearly 192,000 people traveled to Wyoming to view last summer's total solar eclipse, boosting the state's economy by an estimated $63.5 million, according to an... [Read More]
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In the weeks leading up to the August total solar eclipse, the warnings were hard to miss. Each mention of the coming total solar eclipse... [Read More]
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On Aug. 21, 26-year-old Nia Payne was hoping to view the solar eclipse in Staten Island, New York. What she didn't expect was to end... [Read More]
A woman who stared into this summer's solar eclipse now has a crescent-shaped shadow on her retina. [Read More]
Like so many others, 26-year-old Nia Payne wanted to view of August's historic solar eclipse but didn't have a pair of protective glasses. She walked... [Read More]
Like so many others, 26-year-old Nia Payne wanted to view of August's historic solar eclipse but didn't have a pair of protective glasses. She walked... [Read More]
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Like so many others, 26-year-old Nia Payne wanted to view of August's historic solar eclipse but didn't have a pair of protective glasses. [Read More]
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It proved that scientists' "intuitions were correct" in their theories of how the sun damages the eye, Avnish Deobhakta, assistant professor of ophthalmology at Mount... [Read More]
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When Nia Payne gazed at the August solar eclipse with faulty eclipse glasses, she never imagined she'd permanently damage her left eye. [Read More]
Nia Payne now has an eclipse-shaped hole in her retina. [Read More]
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Experts feared it would happen and, to one woman at least, it did. In JAMA Ophthalmology , doctors describe the... [Read More]
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