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Infections, irritation, and injury can result if cosmetics aren't used safely around the eyes. Practice these cosmetic safety strategies to prevent injury to the eye.
Eye Health Tips
National Eye Institute, NIH, is dedicated to vision research that saves sight & reduces visual impairment & blindness.
Top 10 Things You Should Know About Cataracts
Baton Rouge cataract surgeons provide a detailed list of 10 things every patient should know about cataracts.
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We all have been hearing plenty of stuff regarding vision and eye care for long, majority of which is simply a myth. This article is going to demystify certain vision and eye care myths, which you probably thought were true. Sitting and watching TV too close is bad for the eyes There is no scientific ...
10 Tips to Avoid Computer Vision Syndrome
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How Do Magic Eye Pictures Work?
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