Looking back on the 2017 eclipse

The 2017 solar eclipse left many Americans with feelings of wonder and joy. But, in the aftermath of the spectacular sight, many are worried about potentially damaged eyes. Dr. Naomi Goldberg, an ophthalmologist at Lenox Hill Hospital, discusses the surge in patient calls following the eclipse. While most eclipse viewers are likely fine, experts say, people experiencing intense headaches, blurry vision or color blindness should seek medical attention.

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