(MedPage Today) — A single jolt of x-ray radiation may provide lifelong protection against glaucoma, a mouse study suggested. Also in this week’s Lab Notes, a cat parasite could hold clues to possible Alzheimer’s disease therapies.
When observing a fly buzzing around the room, we should have the impression that it is not the fly, but rather the space that lies behind it that is moving. After all, the fly is always fixed in our central point of view…
Condition Summary: Moderate to Severe Dry Eye Disease