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April 16, 2018
It’s a devastating eye disease that can leave patients in the dark. Now for the first time in two decades there’s a new treatment, and doctors say that one drop a day is making a huge difference
Technology from the international space station is helping doctors operate on brain tumors.  Doctor Raul Olivera believes this will be the wave of the future.
Overactive bladder is a common problem, but it’s something that most of us probably don’t want to talk about. Now, a cosmetic procedure that is much better known for erasing facial lines is starting to gain ground
Our electronic addiction to phones, iPads and computers may be leading us down a road to blindness. But there are ways to lower your risk and ophthalmologist Alan Mendelsohn has some tips
Only ten percent of people who suffer a stroke fully recover. Now there’s a trial that is using a video game to help stroke patients get a better recovery right at home.

Quote of the week:
“If you could kick the person in the pants responsible for most of your trouble, you wouldn’t sit for a month.” 

— Theodore Roosevelt

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