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Eye Injuries with Paintball

Dr. Daniel M. Miller with Cincinnati Eye Institute discusses eye injuries from playing paintball. For more information see

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Paintball Causes Many Vision-Robbing Eye Injuries

THURSDAY, Nov. 4, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Paintball guns pose the greatest risk of vision loss among the sports most commonly associated with eye injuries, a new study finds.

At least 8 people at universities in Chicago suffer eye ...

At least eight people on or near university campuses in Chicago have suffered eye injuries from a string of paintball attacks, according to doctors and police. The greatest number of attacks ...

Paintballs Can Cause 'Devastating' Eye Injuries

Philadelphia, 15 January 2009 – Paintballs can cause severe and 'visually devastating' eye injuries, especially when used in unsupervised settings without proper eye protection, reports a study in the February issue of the American Journal of Ophthalmology, published by Elsevier.

Dramatic Rise in Eye Injuries From BB and Paintball Guns ...

A new study found that while the overall rate of injuries due to BB and paintball guns has dropped around half since 1990, the rate of eye injuries has risen by 30%.

At Least 8 People Suffered Eye Injuries in Series of ...

University of Chicago police are urging students and faculty to be on alert after a series of paintball attacks left at least eight people with eye injuries in recent days. Multiple vehicles have ...

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The mask, it does nothing...
Actually it works great. That would have been an eye injury or even death by paintball-in-brain without the mask. Jack, you still have something on your face. No, the other side.
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