What is Visual Snow?

Visual Snow is a condition that appears similar to static on a television set, appearing across the entire visual field. Learn more ...

What are Floaters?

Floaters are a condition characterized by the appearance of specks, or spots appearing either intermittently, or constantly across the visual field. Learn more ...

What is Macular Degeneration?

Macular Degeneration is a visual disturbance that can result in loss of central vision, which often entails inability to see fine details, to read, or to recognize faces. Learn more ...

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Reading with VS (visual snow)

Reading with VS is extremely hard to do. Words seem to wave and jump off the page. They almost seem to glow off of the white background. I don't read for pleasure anymore. I read my children their story at night, and am grateful for the illustrations on the pages, which break up the jumble of words. Reading glasses do not help, nor are needed.

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EOVF has raised $4664.80 since opening
I am please to say that we have raised $4664.80 since we opened the Eye on Vision Foundation. While this is a fantastic start, we have far to go. Right now we are trying to raise $15,000 for a visual snow research project. We are also working towards bringing in $80,000 for a floaters research project, and another $20,000 for a macular degeneration project. Please keep the donations coming in, and don't forget to tell your friends and family about the website and the foundation!

Hope for Phase I Research to Begin for Visual Snow

EOVF is in talks with U.S. based doctors for Phase I research to begin on visual snow. There would first be a case series review. The doctor would go through hundreds of patient charts to find cases of VS that they have seen at the University. Then make a systematic analysis of what they do and don't have in common.

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Photophobia, or light sensitivity, is one of the common symptoms that is associated with visual snow. It is an intolerance of light. Headlights, sunlight, fluorescent bulbs, incandescent light, and camera flashes can all be very bothersome to the eye. You may need to squint or close your eyes to escape it, and are often left with a persistent after-image.
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Herbs don't work on floaters

When a person develops floaters, they first ask their doctor for a treatment. When a treatment is not offered (because there isn't one), the patient tends to surf the net for alternate treatments. I did the same myself, and please take my word on this. There is no herbor vitamin out there that is going to improve or eliminate your floaters. The following have been tried by many sufferers without the slightest improvement.

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2nd Annual Charity Dinner and Auction brings in $1300
A special thanks to all of those who attended the second annual Eye on Vision Foundation dinner and silent auction. We ended up raising $1300 on Friday night. This money will be put to excellent use for researching vitreous floaters, visual snow, and MD.

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