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Study shows why only a subset of individuals exposed to trauma develop PTSD

Study shows why only a subset of individuals exposed to trauma develop PTSD

Three new studies show low-dose atropine can help slow myopia in children

Three new studies show low-dose atropine can help slow myopia in children

Children need to be screened for vision problems as often as adults with sickle cell disease, study suggests

Children need to be screened for vision problems as often as adults with sickle cell disease, study suggests

Neural circuit linked to aversion and depression discovered

Neural circuit linked to aversion and depression discovered

AI tools may be effective at detecting heart valvular disease and predicting cardiovascular risk

AI tools may be effective at detecting heart valvular disease and predicting cardiovascular risk

Nutrition and aging: A two-way relationship

Nutrition and aging: A two-way relationship

AI predicts glaucoma progression in high-risk patients with high accuracy

AI predicts glaucoma progression in high-risk patients with high accuracy

Citrus compounds show zesty promise in type 2 diabetes management

Citrus compounds show zesty promise in type 2 diabetes management

Study highlights lack of clinical research to address sight loss in working-age people

Study highlights lack of clinical research to address sight loss in working-age people

Highly sensitive blood test  shows promise for early detection of common deadly cancers

Highly sensitive blood test shows promise for early detection of common deadly cancers

CU professor of ophthalmology receives grant to study Parkinson's disease biomarkers

CU professor of ophthalmology receives grant to study Parkinson's disease biomarkers

Does the percentage of slow-wave sleep decline with aging, and are intra-individual declines associated with dementia risk?

Does the percentage of slow-wave sleep decline with aging, and are intra-individual declines associated with dementia risk?

Two-year diabetic eye screening could lead to treatment delays and sight loss

Two-year diabetic eye screening could lead to treatment delays and sight loss

Brain autopsy study of intimate partner violence victims shows extensive brain damage

Brain autopsy study of intimate partner violence victims shows extensive brain damage

New insights into how menopause affects women’s lives, health, workplaces

New insights into how menopause affects women’s lives, health, workplaces

UC San Diego Health and Tri-City partnership aims to expand, transform access to health care

UC San Diego Health and Tri-City partnership aims to expand, transform access to health care

New drug candidate found to be highly effective in treating rare sight-threatening eye infection

New drug candidate found to be highly effective in treating rare sight-threatening eye infection

Study: Extending diabetic eye screen to 2 years could risk critical treatment delays and sight loss

Study: Extending diabetic eye screen to 2 years could risk critical treatment delays and sight loss

New smartphone attachment could enable low-cost neurological screening for all

New smartphone attachment could enable low-cost neurological screening for all

Gene therapy breakthrough: Scientists develop method to deliver larger genes to target cells

Gene therapy breakthrough: Scientists develop method to deliver larger genes to target cells