Rachel Bishop discusses baby blue eyes

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Most babies are born with blue eyes. Dr. Rachel Bishop, ophthalmologist, talks to Discovery News and explains why. Dr. Bishop is chief of the Consult Service Section for the National Eye Institute, National Institutes of Health.