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Pinn Point on Women's Health

Dr. Vivian W. Pinn, director of the Office of Research on Women's Health discusses the most prevalent eye diseases in women, the latest advances in research in eye health, and the prevention of the most common eye diseases with Dr. Janine Smith, deputy clinical director, National Eye Institute. View transcript:

July edition of i on NIH

Joseph K. Balintfy from the Office of Communications and Public Liaison, National Institutes of Health talks with Dr. Emily Chew, deputy director, Division of Epidemiology and Clinical Research, National Eye Institute about the role that UV radiation plays in eye disease. Later in the segment she discusses the Age Related Eye Disease Study 2 (AREDS2), a nationwide clinical trial.

Podcasting is a relatively new method of distributing audio and video information via the Internet to iPods and other portable media players on demand, so that it can be listened to at the user's convenience. Because podcasts are typically saved in MP3 format, they can also be listened to on nearly any computer. Learn more about podcasts.

Vodcasting, also called video podcasting or vidcasting, is a digital recording made available on the Internet for downloading to a personal video player or a computer. Vodcasting adds video to the downloadable sound files to which podcast listeners are accustomed. Learn more about vodcast.


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