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Health Tips
Beware of Over-the-Counter Contact Lenses
Cheerleading Safety
Contact Lens Safety Tips
Eye Protection Critical in Sports
Eye Protection Keeps Kids in the Game
How Old Is "Old Enough" for Contacts?
How to Prevent Common Running Injuries
Keep Kids Safe During Yard Work
Knees Are Casualties of Women's Sports
Street Hockey: Good Surface, Gear Are Critical
Trampoline Safety
Treating a Minor Sports Injury
Sprains and Strains Quiz
9 Bad Habits That Can Put You at Risk for a Sports Injury
Diseases & Conditions
Bicycle, In-Line Skating, Skateboarding Safety—Prevention
Blood in the Eye (Hyphema) in Children
Bruising or Black Eye (Ecchymosis)
Chemical Burns of the Eye in Children
Corneal Abrasions in Children
Cosmetic Safety for Teen Contact Lens Wearers
Eye Safety and First Aid
Eyeglasses and Contact Lenses
Eyelid Lacerations in Children
First Aid for the Eyes
Foreign Bodies in the Eye in Children
Fractures of the Orbit in Children
Home Page - Eye Care and Children
Lacerations (Cuts) Without Stitches in Children
Lacerations With Stitches
Minor Cuts, Scrapes, and Skin Wounds
Minor Injuries Overview
Preventing Eye Injuries in Children
Skin Injury in Children
Small Cuts and Scrapes
Sports Injuries and Children
Sports Injury Prevention
Sports Safety for Children
Superficial Injuries of the Face and Head- Overview
Tennis Elbow in Children

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