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Children with Diabetes May Lack Vitamin D
Kids with type 1 diabetes may be at higher risk for vitamin D deficiency.
A test for acute HIV infection should be offered to those who report having symptoms within the last two weeks, not just those experiencing them at the time of testing, a new study suggests.
Serving people living with HIV means coordinating myriad programs and agencies. Two new studies suggest ways to do that efficiently.
Study results show that the majority of patients with retinal neovascularization due to proliferative diabetic retinopathy treated with bevacizumab experience total, long-term regression of their symptoms.
Aflibercept exerts anti-angiogenic effects against galectin-1, a galactoside-binding lectin protein and novel angiogenic factor associated with proliferative diabetic retinopathy.
After 12 or 24 monthly injections, ranibizumab, one of three currently available vascular endothelial growth factor antibodies, caused regression of diabetic retinopathy (DR) in at least 75% of patients who had diabetic macular edema and whose DR severity put them at the highest risk of progression to proliferative DR.
Andrew Hartwick, PhD, Associate Professor at The College of Optometry at The Ohio State University discussed his research surrounding traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients who experience increased light sensitivity, or photophobia.
It may seem like elite athletes have a leg up on non-sports players when it comes to eye control, but research out of the University of Bradford in the United Kingdom says that’s not exactly the case.
Patients with the hereditary degenerative eye disease retinitis pigmentosa (RP) may delay their loss of daytime vision by taking a traditional Chinese plant remedy Lycium barbarum also known as goji berry or wolfberry.

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