When we get exposed to UV-B radiation, our eyes suffer. When UV-B radiation is combined with UV-A (visible light), bright light makes us squint the eyes, protecting from excessive radiation. But on the cloudy days, bright light does not blind us, so you do not partially close your eyelids, allowing UV-B radiation (which is invisible) to enter. Some of the eye problems that UV-B causes are cataract, macular degeneration, eye cancer, pterygium, melanoma, and more.

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