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    October is Eye Injury Prevention Month
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    Better Vision Through Surgery
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    How Fireworks May Harm the Eyes
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    Studying and Your Child's Eye Health
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    WebMD Announces Eye-TV
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    Pinkeye - WebMD Slideshow
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    Eye Flashes and Floaters
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    Visiting the Eye Doctor
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