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    Medical Reference Related to Macular Degeneration

    1. LASIK Eye Surgery

      Information on the laser eye surgery known as LASIK.

    2. Age-Related Vision Problems

      Your eyesight changes as you age. What you should know about vision in adulthood and middle age.

    3. How to Maintain Good Eye Health

      Protect your eyesight with these 6 tips for eye-healthy nutrition, lifestyle, and preventive care.

    4. Eye Health and Nearsightedness in Children

      Read about nearsightedness -- also called myopia -- in children.

    5. Ocular Trauma: Vision Loss in Vets with Traumatic Brain Injury

      Ocular trauma, often due to a traumatic brain injury, is a growing concern for veterans returning home from wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. WebMD explains "closed-eye injuries" and how they are treated.

    6. Eye Exams in Your Baby's First Year

      What you should know about eye health and vision testing for your baby in his or her first year of life.

    7. Radial Keratotomy Eye Surgery

      Radial keratotomy is an eye procedure rarely used today.

    8. Conjunctivitis (Pinkeye)

      Learn more from WebMD about conjunctivitis - or pinkeye - including causes, symptoms, treatment, and prevention.

    9. Health Insurance and Refractive or Laser Eye Surgery

      Health insurers generally won't cover laser eye correction surgery - except in certain circumstances. WebMD explains.

    10. Lutein and Zeaxanthin for Vision

      Lutein and zeaxathin in eye tissue are associated with better vision. WebMD explains how to boost these antioxidants in your diet to stave off cataracts and slow macular degeneration.

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