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4 Plants That Are Great for Humans

They might not be able to pull you out of a freezing lake, or carry you from a burning building, but plants have probably saved your life, or at least made you feel a whole lot better. That’s because, at least in the U.S., a quarter of all prescription drugs come from substances that are […]

Glaucoma – Yale Medicine Explains

Glaucoma is a group of diseases that effect optical nerves with potential visual loss. Glaucoma is unique because in early stage or even in moderate glaucoma, patient may not have any symptoms. Glaucoma can be, especially early glaucoma can be only detected by office exam and a visual field test. When the glaucoma becomes advanced, […]

Frequently Asked Questions About Glaucoma | McFarland Clinic

A frequent question is, “Am I going to lost my vision? Am I going to go blind?” Luckily in this day and age, this is a very rare condition. We typically don’t lose vision and go blind from glaucoma–as long as we diagnose it early enough, as long as we treat it properly, and as […]

Biosimilars: complex copycat drugs

Drugs come in different sizes – from small simple molecules like aspirin, to giant, complex biological drugs like monoclonal antibodies. In recent years, biological drugs – or biologics – have revolutionised treatments for cancers, metabolic diseases and inflammatory disorders. In 2016, roughly a quarter of all global drug sales were biologics. But there’s a problem. […]

Who is at Risk for Glaucoma? | McFarland Clinic

The Chronic Open Angle Glaucoma is typically a condition that shows up in the 40s and above. People at high risk are mainly people with family history, so if you have a family history– mother, brother, father–then you are at a high risk. You need more frequent visits and more frequent screenings. People with diabetes […]

New Advances in Glaucoma Treatment (Jella An, MD)

Betty Evans retired from Ellis Fischel Cancer Center. Eleven years later, she still hasn’t left. “My first thing that I love to do is to come to the boutique and volunteer.” Twice a week, you’ll find her volunteering in the Ellis Boutique gift shop. So when her vision started causing problems, Betty went to see […]

Researcher comment: The C-VIEW 48-week interim results | Irene van der Horst-Bruinsma

[MUSIC PLAYING] The C-VIEW trial’s very interesting– because it’s one of the limited trials that has been performed in axial SpA– to see whether the TNF inhibitor Cimzia, the certolizumab pegol, is able not only to reduce disease activity in ankylosing spondylitis, but also recurrence rate of uveitis, anterior uveitis, which is pretty common in […]

Glaucoma – The Nebraska Medical Center

No one needs to go blind from this disease Glaucoma is a disease of the eye that affects the optic nerve, which is the nerve that helps us to see better, and there are many kinds of Glaucoma’s, so it’s a misconception that it’s just one disease and another thing to know about the disease […]