Effort to provide free glaucoma tests could benefit people at high risk for the disease who otherwise might not seek eye care
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Free online glaucoma test available until Wednesday
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Eye grant targets Middle East children
Many risking vision problems by forsaking eye exams Those at risk for glaucoma, other diseases found to need eye care.
Eyesight: at what price? Hopkins study finds high blindness rate
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Eye doctors volunteer to bring light and sight to the blind of Guyana
Glaucoma found in more blacks than whites
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DEA ruling that marijuana has no medical use is overturned by court