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Aspirin’s heart benefits trump possible small risk of macular degeneration

Published: December 19, 2012


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Robert Kandel
December 28, 2012

Re eye health: Under normal conditions when people use both eyes together, the brain is remarkably effective in hiding problems of vision (glaucoma, cataract etc.) that affect only a single eye. For early detection by oneself, it can help to compare vision in each eye separately; although that may be too late in the absence of relatively frequent examinations by an ophthalmologist.

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