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Viewing the solar eclipse

Although the moon will blot out most of the sun during the upcoming solar eclipse, the rays that do make it past could still damage the eye with too much exposure. In this Children's Channel video, Palak Wall, MD, a pediatric ophthalmologist at Akron Children's, offers some tips for safely viewing this once-in-a-lifetime celestial event.

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