Research Roundup

September 2002 Issue

Eye News to Use

Too much caffeine may be detrimental for people with glaucoma and ocular hypertension, suggests a Tel Aviv University study. Six people with glaucoma and 22 people with ocular hypertension consumed either regular coffee or decaf daily for a week, then switched.

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