Public reporting on the public health impact of the national Age-Related Eye Disease Study.

Public reporting on the public health impact of the national Age-Related Eye Disease Study , two years ago and supported by the National Eye Institute, appreciate a team of Johns Hopkins are eye doctors and other scientists involved AREDS are 8 million people in the United States at age 55 or older at high risk for advanced forms of the disease that destroys central vision and who could benefit from daily vitamin treatment. And are with an intermediate stage of AMD in one or both eyes or advanced AMD in one eye. AMD is the leading cause of blindness in developed countries.

The recommended 500 milligrams of 500 milligrams of vitamin C, 400 mg of vitamin E, 15 mg beta-carotene, 80 milligrams of zinc as zinc oxide and 2 milligrams of copper as cupric oxide.However if proposes policy and payment rate modifications for hospitalizations of acute care hospital and long-term care Hospitals In 2010.