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  1. Health Insurance and Refractive or Laser Eye Surgery

    WebMD gives you information about under what circumstances health insurance would cover refractive or laser eye surgery.

  2. Supplements for Vision and Healthy Eyes

    Can certain vitamins or supplements keep your eyes healthy or slow vision loss? Here's what the research shows.

  3. Photorefractive Keratectomy Eye Surgery

    Information on the laser eye surgery called photorefractive keratectomy, or PRK.

  4. Eye Health and Night Blindness

    People who have trouble seeing in poor light or at night have what is called night blindness. Learn more.

  5. LASEK Eye Surgery

    WebMD looks at LASEK eye surgery, including its advantages and disadvantages and side effects.

  6. Pink Eye

    Pinkeye -- also called conjunctivitis -- is an uncomfortable inflammation of the eye. Find out more about its causes, symptom, treatment, and prevention.

  7. Eye Health and Uveitis

    Learn about uveitis, an inflammation of the inner layers of the middle eye.

  8. Night Vision Problems: Halos, Blurred Vision, and Night Blindness

    WebMD helps you understand night vision problems such as halos, blurriness, and night blindness. With a doctor’s help, you can find ways to treat vision problems you have at night.

  9. Common Eye Problems

    Get information on common eye and vision problems, such as conjunctivitis, retinal detachment, dry eyes, cataracts, and glaucoma.

  10. Eye Health and Nearsightedness in Children

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

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