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Role of immunoglobulins in eye immunity.
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Information about the bionic eye.
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Information about hearing tests.
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A brief primer on astigmatism.
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Information about the importance of ear wax.
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Structure of the middle ear.
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Overview of genetics in eye color determination.
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Information about the inner ear.
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An overview of reflection and refraction with connections to the eye.
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Overview of rod and cone structure and function.
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A description of how color vision correcting glasses work.
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Perspective on cochlear implants from the deaf community.
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Age related hearing loss.
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Introductory level text on physical science.
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Refraction index of the eye.
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Links to audio clip about the ability to hear characteristics.