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AAO: Diabetic Retinopathy Usually No Worse With Semaglutide in T2D

Few eyes with no or background DR or mild or moderate NPDR have worsening of DR at three, six, 12, 24 months

CDC Advisors Recommend Masks in Hospitals Without Naming Type

Health care workers frustrated that the draft recommendation does not specify what kind of mask should be worn

Deep-Learning Models Can Predict Conversion to Normal-Tension Glaucoma

All three algorithms trained on fundus images with clinical features achieved high diagnostic accuracy for NTG conversion

Critics Slam Updated Infection Control Recommendations for Hospitals

Health care workers worry whether the guidelines are protecting a hospital's bottom line rather than worker health

More Eye Drops Recalled Due to Infection Danger

New recall affects certain LEADER brand eye drops; FDA says it found unsanitary conditions in facility where they are manufactured

Retinal Capillary Perfusion Tied to Cerebral Small Vessel Disease in Black Patients

Significant correlations seen for worse information processing, fluid cognition, and MRI biomarkers

More Than Half of U.S. Adults Use Internet to Look for Health, Medical Information

Adults aged 30 to 44 years have highest use of internet for communicating with doctor, doctor's office

Models Can Predict Long-Term Visual Acuity in Highly Myopic Eyes

Baseline BCVA, prior myopic macular neovascularization, age, category 4 myopic maculopathy are most important predictive variables

FDA Warns Eye Drops From Major Brands May Cause Infection

Twenty-six products can cause eye infection and blindness, an advisory warns

Affording Health Care Now a Struggle for Half of Americans: Poll

More than half delayed or skipped care because of concerns about costs