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A woman has her eyes checked by an ophthalmologist. Celso Tello, MD, says statins lower cholesterol, which can improve blood flow to organs and the optic nerve, reducing the risk of glaucoma.
Cholesterol drugs can minimize the risk of glaucoma
Celso Tello, MD, explains how taking statins can lower your cholesterol, improve blood flow to the optic nerve and play a role in developing the eye condition.
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Michael Dowling explains how addressing bad behaviors — smoking, vaping and drinking excessively — can go a long way in achieving optimal health, and reducing health care cost.
Michael Dowling: Gun violence is a public health crisis and health care CEOs need to take action to help end these senseless acts.
In this letter to health care CEOs, Michael Dowling calls for sensible gun legislation, to invest in mental health, prevent the sale and access to certain firearms and proper education for staff and communities.
Multidisciplinary physician teams who work on different campuses can still collaborate on care effectively with the right tools and strategies.
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Cut through the confusion about annual flu vaccines with help from Angela Daly, RN.
Celso Tello, MD, explains how taking statins can lower your cholesterol, improve blood flow to the optic nerve and play a role in developing the eye condition.
Richard Lazzaro, MD: With a high lung cancer incidence among the elderly, the minimally invasive approach will be a go-to solution to extend lives.
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