How to tell if you damaged your eyes during the eclipse

Trump points skyward before donning protective glasses to view the solar eclipse

Hospitals around the country were inundated with people arriving at their emergency departments to see if they had sustained eye damage as a result of watching the eclipse.

Doctors across the country also reported a huge volume of calls requesting information about the possible long term effects of having stared at the eclipse. One doctor told the Guardian: “If you can’t read this piece, then … ”

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Every now and then I get a little bit helpless. And I’m lying like a child in your arms (Turn around). Every now and then I get a little bit angry and I know I’ve got to get out and cry (Turn around). Every now and then I get a little bit terrified
But then I see the look in your eyes.

(Turn around, bright eyes!) Every now and then I fall apart.

(Turn around, bright eyes!) Every now and then I fall apart.

And I need you now tonight. And I need you more than ever. And if you only hold me tight. We’ll be holding on forever. And we’ll only be making it right. Cause we’ll never be wrong together.