Recent Examples of dry eye from the Web
Even having dry eye, a chronic condition that happens when your eyes aren’t moisturized enough, can cause more rheum than normal.
By the end, there's not a dry eye on the screen, and not a wet eye in the audience.
After a number of current Barca superstars and club president Josep Maria Bartomeu thanked the 33-year-old for his loyalty and friendship, Mascherano didn't leave a dry eye in the house.
The blue light emissions lead to digital eyestrain, which is characterized by eye fatigue, blurred vision, red and/or dry eyes, general eye discomfort, headaches, migraines and decreased productivity.
That improves dry eye symptoms and reduces the need for artificial tears.
All except dry eye can lead to blindness or low vision.
The medication, a treatment for chronic dry eye, brought in $1.49 billion in sales last year.
By all accounts, there were few dry eyes in the house by the time Wall’s speech concluded.
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