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Five Signs You Need to See Your Eye Doctor
Here's how to know that you need to see an optometrist....


Lax Contact Lens Use Main Cause for Infections
How often do you sleep in your contacts?...


7 Things Every Contact Lens Wearer Needs to Know
Protecting your eyes is important....


Glaucoma Screening: Yea or Nay?
The 411 on getting tested for glaucoma....


Glaucoma Can Affect Anyone at Any Age
When we think of glaucoma — an eye disease that can cause blindness — we often tend to think of it ...


African-Americans Urged to Get Screened for Glaucoma
African-Americans are six times more likely to develop glaucoma compared to their white counterpart...


Tiny Shares Her Reason for Permanently Changing Eye Color
The singer says husband T.I. supports her decision....


You May Not Realize You're Going Blind
How to protect your vision from glaucoma....


Wake Up Sleepy Head
Five tips to get you up and at ‘em....


UK Doctor Uses Smartphone to Prevent Blindness Abroad
Dr. Andrew Bastawrous developed the smartphone app Peek to make eye diagnoses and treatments more a...


U.S. Eyes Anti-piracy Effort Along West Africa Coast
The U.S. and some of its allies are considering plans to increase anti-piracy operations along Afri...


Diabetics eye obesity surgery to tame blood sugar
Diabetics eye obesity surgery to tame blood sugar...


Abortion foes capitalize on health law they fought
Abortion foes capitalize on health law they fought...


As Ebola Spread Outpaces Control Effort, WHO Plans $100 Million Response
Since March 2014, about 1,323 confirmed and suspected cases have been reported and more than 700 pe...


On the Record With...Wayne Brady
Fatherhood opened this actor’s eyes to the challenges of parenthood and the need to support those f...


Health Care Workers Still Shun HIV/AIDS Patients | News | BET.com
Posted Feb. 21, 2008 - Some health-care personnel, when they must treat or care for a person with H...


Eye on Unemployment: Chicago
A career-training program in the Windy City is making a dent in the jobless statistics....


Haiti Deportees Still Face Deadly Health Risks
Immigration advocates say that amid all of the health and safety issues, it is still too early to r...


Meagan Tells "Men's Health" What's "Good"
"The Game" actress drops a few goodies for the guys....


Keep an Eye on the Lines
States are just starting to redraw legislative district lines that will determine who could be in o...

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