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(Portland, OR)  --  Health officials are reminding anyone suffering from eye discomfort after viewing yesterday's eclipse to get checked out immediately.  Pacific University EyeClinics tells KATU-2 that anyone experiencing any sort of eye pain should see an eye doctor as soon as possible.  They add that the pain can manifest within hours, days or even weeks after viewing the eclipse without proper protection.  It only takes a few seconds of gazing at the sun without protection to cause damage to the eye's retinal tissue.
 

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