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    1. Conjunctivitis (Pinkeye)

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

    2. Health Insurance and Refractive or Laser Eye Surgery

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

    3. Vitamin E and Vision

      Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant that some researchers think may help protect vision, but more research is needed.

    4. 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.

    5. Eye Health and Vision Basics

      A primer of basic information about your eyes and vision.

    6. Adult Eye Exams

      Eye exams for adults can include many tests. Here's what to expect.

    7. Contact Lenses and Eye Infections

      When you wear contacts, you're more likely to get eye infections, including keratitis (corneal ulcers) and pinkeye (conjunctivitis).

    8. Myths About Your Eyes and Vision

      Fact or fiction? Get the truths behind the myths about your eyes and vision.

    9. Your Vision in Adulthood and Middle Age

      Your eyesight changes as you age. Here's what you should know about vision in adulthood and middle age.

    10. A Visit to the Eye Doctor

      WebMD explains what a routine eye exam entails, including vision tests that may be performed.

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