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The human eye is a wonder of engineering. It consists of many different parts that work together to provide visual information to the brain, which then translates it into information that is useful to the body.

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$80,000 and 5 ER visits: An ectopic pregnancy takes a toll despite NY’s liberal abortion law

$80,000 and 5 ER visits: An ectopic pregnancy takes a toll despite NY’s liberal abortion law

New analysis highlights the need to prioritize addressing preventable vision loss in children in America

New analysis highlights the need to prioritize addressing preventable vision loss in children in America

New research sheds light on how teens can get more sleep

New research sheds light on how teens can get more sleep

Researchers discover a molecule that promotes tumor cell survival in retinoblastoma

Researchers discover a molecule that promotes tumor cell survival in retinoblastoma

Mount Sinai study suggests significant role of reactive oxygen species in maintaining healthy intestines

Mount Sinai study suggests significant role of reactive oxygen species in maintaining healthy intestines

New cell-free protein crystallization method: A major headway in the field of structural biology

New cell-free protein crystallization method: A major headway in the field of structural biology

Severe sleep apnea diagnosis panics reporter until he finds a simple, no-cost solution

Severe sleep apnea diagnosis panics reporter until he finds a simple, no-cost solution

Simple nasal wash can prevent hospitalization and deaths from COVID-19

Simple nasal wash can prevent hospitalization and deaths from COVID-19

IRIS Registry presents latest eye research at AAO 2022

IRIS Registry presents latest eye research at AAO 2022

Encouraging physical fitness may be an easy way to bring down eye allergies in children

Encouraging physical fitness may be an easy way to bring down eye allergies in children

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: On government spending, Congress decides not to decide

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: On government spending, Congress decides not to decide

Bionic pancreas more effective at maintaining blood glucose levels in people with type 1 diabetes

Bionic pancreas more effective at maintaining blood glucose levels in people with type 1 diabetes

Stanford Medicine scientists receive $10 million for research on sleep and autism

Stanford Medicine scientists receive $10 million for research on sleep and autism

Association of self-reported chronic fatigue and retinal microcirculation in post-COVID-19 syndrome patients

Association of self-reported chronic fatigue and retinal microcirculation in post-COVID-19 syndrome patients

Research brings us closer to optimizing treatments for children with retinoblastoma

Research brings us closer to optimizing treatments for children with retinoblastoma

The impact of sleep fragmentation on the clonal diversity of immune cells and the genetic aging of the hematopoietic system

The impact of sleep fragmentation on the clonal diversity of immune cells and the genetic aging of the hematopoietic system

Cancer survival rate rises in the US

Cancer survival rate rises in the US

Genome editing approaches enable precise gene correction and disease rescue in inherited retinal diseases

Genome editing approaches enable precise gene correction and disease rescue in inherited retinal diseases

Patient receives Pacific Northwest's first donation-after-circulatory-death heart transplant

Patient receives Pacific Northwest's first donation-after-circulatory-death heart transplant

Shattered dreams and bills in the millions: Losing a baby in America

Shattered dreams and bills in the millions: Losing a baby in America