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Search Results - Research, April 2018

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Nanowires restore vision in blind mice

Blind mice have had their vision partially restored by Chinese scientists, who replaced the animals’ dead photoreceptors with artificial versions made of gold and titanium oxide. Read more »

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Close relationships key to eye health in the elderly

Older adults with limited social interaction are less likely to get cataract surgery, a University of Michigan (UM) study has found. Read more »

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Lack of fatty acid in blood linked to blinding retinopathy of prematurity in preterm babies

A fatty acid found in the blood has been linked to blindness in premature babies, potentially paving the way for the development of new forms of treatment. Read more »

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Blood vessels predict decline in mental capacity

Changes to blood vessels in the eye have been associated with a decline in people’s cognitive abilities, a new US study has found. Read more »

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