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Do You Wear Contact Lenses? What You Should Know to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

According to a recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report, nearly all of the estimated 41 million contact lens wearers in the United States may be engaging in behaviors that are known to increase their risk of eye infections. Here's how to wear and care for your contacts correctly.

Traumatic Brain Injury and Your Vision

Our brains play a critical role in our ability to see. Therefore, a traumatic brain injury (TBI) from an accident or some other event can often have a major impact on our vision. Here's how TBI affects vision and what can be done to help those who are experiencing trouble with their vision following TBI.

Amblyopia in Children

Dr. Jenelle Mallios, an assistant clinical professor at the University Eye Center, discusses amblyopia, or lazy eye, in chidlren and why it is so important for amblyopia to be identified and treated early on in a child's life.

Here’s What You Need to Know About Pink Eye

Conjunctivitis, or pink eye, can often spread easily among both children and adults. Here is a closer look at the causes, symptoms and treatment of this common condition.

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