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Articles categorized as Cataracts

Article imageTerry Graedon - May 25, 2023
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Article imageJoe Graedon - November 12, 2023 - 27 comments

Sneaky Delayed Drug Side Effects Fool MDs and Patients

A surprising number of popular medications can cause delayed drug side effects. They may not show up for years or decades. Protect yourself!

Terry Graedon - December 9, 2021

Can Cataract Surgery Help Delay Dementia?

Terry Graedon - September 16, 2021

Show 1272: How Your Eyes Reveal Your Health

Terry Graedon - November 29, 2019

Show 1154: How to Take Good Care of Your Eyesight (Archive)

Joe Graedon - November 7, 2019

A Completely New and Unexpected Statin Side Effect

Joe Graedon - July 29, 2019

Are Statin Side Effects Fake Medical News?

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Terry Graedon - October 26, 2017

Cataract Surgery to See Better Might Help You Live Longer

In the Women's Health Initiative, older women who had cataract surgery were less likely to die during the study than those whose cataracts were untreated.

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Joe Graedon - August 28, 2017

Can Crestor AKA Rosuvastatin Cause Cataracts?

Cataract surgery has become VERY common. Most people attribute this to aging. Could statins contribute to this condition? Is there a plausible explanation?