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New open access, peer-reviewed, online-only journal serving the international ophthalmology community


Purple wasn’t just for royalty



New test detects low levels of psychoactive drugs in urine and plasma


Researchers identify several new molecules, and suggest ways to avoid their formation


First study to assess amblyopia and strabismus independently while simulating the classroom environment, published in the Journal of AAPOS


Virtual reality device successfully used to guide recanalization of right coronary artery, reports the Canadian Journal of Cardiology


Chinese physicians report on a case of potentially lethal cardiovascular symptoms induced by a traditional Chinese medicine component (aconitine), in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology



NICE-accredited guidelines available for free online on ScienceDirect


The more involved a young person becomes in the judicial system, the more likely they are to die young, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine



Research And JournalsNew Vaccine Could Prevent High Cholesterol10-Nov-2015

Vaccine is cheaper and appears to be more effective than alternative treatments


A multidisciplinary approach is necessary to determine best treatment for each patient


Benefits include lower risk of mortality after 5 years


Foods that are more – or less – delicious than we expect can also cause mood changes