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  1. Chemical Eye Burns

    Learn more here about treating chemical eye burns, which can result from exposure to household cleaners or substances in the workplace -- and can require emergency medical treatment.

  2. Corneal Ulcer

    A corneal ulcer is an open sore on the cornea that can be caused by a virus or bacterial infection. It can lead to blindess, so requires immediate medical care. WebMD tells you more.

  3. What’s Irritating My Eyes?

    Find out what’s causing pain, irritation, or itching in your eyes -- and how to solve it.

  4. Your Vision in the Senior Years

    Which vision problems are common during your senior years? Find out in this healthy vision guide for seniors.

  5. 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.

  6. How to Maintain Good Eye Health

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

  7. Age-Related Vision Problems

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

  8. Your Child's Eye Exam

    It's important for your child to have regular eye exams. WebMD gives you information on what to expect when having your child's eyes checked and more.

  9. Protecting Your Child's Eyes and Vision

    Tips to help keep children's eyes healthy and protect their eyesight.

  10. 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.

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