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Understanding aneurysms

Aneurysms are bulges or balloon-like pouches that form at a weak spot along an artery. The most common—and most dangerous—are in the brain or the aorta, the body’s largest blood vessel. The weakened areas may be acquired or inherited, and… (Locked) More »

What can I do about poor night vision?

Summary: As people age, trouble seeing at night becomes a common issue. Getting an eye exam to update prescriptions and look for common age-related eye problems can help improve vision. More »

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