Neurostimulator goes through the nose to make tears

Dry eye syndrome is an irritating condition that occurs when the eyes don’t produce enough tears. Ordinarily, sufferers turn to drops or other medication to keep their eyes lubricated. Recently, however, researchers at the Cincinnati Eye Institute tested a new gadget that promises drug-free relief from dry eye – and you stick it up your nose…
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