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  1. Burns to the Eye - Prevention

    Here are some tips to help prevent burns to the eye.

  2. Objects in the Eye - Prevention

    Tips to help prevent objects from getting into your eyes.

  3. Burns to the Eye - Topic Overview

    Most substances you get in your eyes that make your eyes burn will not cause serious eye problems. The only treatment needed for items such as soaps, shampoos, and perfumes that get in the eyes is to immediately flush the eyes with water.

  4. Burns to the Eye - Preparing For Your Appointment

    A list of questions that will help your health care professional diagnose and treat Burns to the Eye.

  5. Pink Eye

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

  6. 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.

  7. Burns to the Eye - Home Treatment

    Information on home treatment of burns to the eye.

  8. Eye Health and Night Blindness

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

  9. Objects in the Eye - Home Treatment

    Follow these first aid tips for objects in the eye.

  10. Eye Problems, Noninjury - Prevention

    Take good care of your eyes to prevent eye problems. Injuries from ultraviolet (UV) light can be prevented by wearing sunglasses that block UV rays and by wearing broad-brimmed hats.

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