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Caprice_WebMD_Staff posted:
An Eye into Your Health:

Many diseases can first be seen inside your eyes, giving you a greater opportunity for early diagnosis and treatment.

This video series from WebMD explores:

Food for Your Eyes:
Ocular nutrition is more than just carrots. We explore the foods that can help your vision and why maintaining a healthy weight is important to eye health.

The Aging Eye:
An explanation of how the eyes change as you grow older and what conditions and diseases can develop.

Baby Vision:
Just what does baby see in those first moments of life? And how can mom and dad nurture and protect baby's precious sight?

Floaters:
Floaters-what are they and when should you worry?

Styes:
Could the unsightly bump on your eyelid be a harmless stye? Just by looking at it, a doctor can diagnose a stye.

Do I have Pinkeye?
Pinkeye is hard to miss. What's more difficult is determining the cause, which can help direct treatment.

Glaucoma:
Everyone is at risk for glaucoma. What you can do to protect your eyesight.

Do I Have Cataracts?
As we age we all develop cataracts. Could they be the cause of your deteriorating vision?
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