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Aging; Eyes and Vision

Macular degeneration: Advances in stem cell and gene therapy

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) develops slowly over time, resulting in vision changes, declining vision, and potential blindness. In this week’s blog, two ophthalmology experts discuss the future of prevention and therapy based on current research. Learn more.

Aging; Brain

Deaths of John Singleton, Luke Perry show that stroke can strike early. Know the signs.

At age 52 in 2019, actor Luke Perry died after having a stroke. His death highlights a need for people of all ages to know the risk factors and signs of stroke, says Mark Goldberg, M.D. Learn more.

Aging; Prevention

Minimally invasive ear surgery offers significant advantages over open ear surgery

Ear, nose, and throat specialists at UT Southwestern are pioneering minimally invasive endoscopic surgery techniques to treat internal ear conditions without incisions.

Aging; Eyes and Vision

Aging and vision loss: How to spot the two main culprits

As we age, the retinas in our eyes change, affecting how well we can see to drive, read, and do other daily activities. Discover two major age-related retinal diseases as well as their symptoms and treatments in this blog by ophthalmologist Yu-Guang He, M.D.