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Air pollution increases macular risk

Tuesday January 26th 2021

A new, long-term study has revealed a link between air pollution and an increased risk of age-related macular degeneration.

The study authors say if their findings, which are published online today (25 January 2021) in the British Journal of Ophthalmology, are confirmed, it could open the door to new treatments.

They used data from 115,954 UK Biobank (UKBB) participants aged 40-69 with no eye problems at the start of the study in 2006, to establish if ambient air pollution is associated with a heightened risk of AMD, as it with heart and respiratory diseases.

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How music reduces pain after major heart surgery

Tuesday January 26th 2021

Listening to music following major heart surgery can significantly reduce anxiety and pain, according to an analysis published today. More

Atrial fibrillation deaths higher in rich European countries

Tuesday January 26th 2021

The wealthiest European countries report higher atrial fibrillation death rates than the poorest – and women are more likely than men to die from the condition, according to the first study of its kind, published today. More

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