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A new study links sleep problems with glaucoma, a leading cause of vision loss and blindness among United States adults.

A recent study links exercise with a decreased risk of developing abnormal colon tissue or polyps that can lead to colon cancer.

A new study suggests joint replacement patients may be happier going home on the same day as their surgery than staying overnight in a hospital.

A recent study published in JAMA Ophthalmology found statins, a type of drug that lowers cholesterol, could help prevent primary open-angle glaucoma, or POAG.

Healthy intestinal bacteria could improve knee and hip replacement outcomes, but unhealthy gut bacteria could increase the risk of infection.