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Premature babies have a higher risk for certain eye problems, including retinopathy of prematurity and strabismus, where the eyes do not align.
Blurry vision may mean it’s time for new glasses. But it can be a sign of other health conditions, too.
Pregnant women are often surprised when their vision changes, but the hormonal and physical changes that accompany pregnancy can affect eyesight.
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WebMD looks at the eye surgeries called astigmatic keratotomy and radial keratotomy.
Juvenile macular degeneration is the term for several inherited eye diseases that affect children and young adults, including Stargardt's disease, Best disease, and juvenile retinoschisis.
A look at how herpes viruses can cause serious eye problems.
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An explanation of the types, symptoms, and treatment of retinitis, a disease that threatens vision by damaging the retina of your eye.
WebMD gives you information about the proper way to insert eye drops.
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