The sun has harmful effects on various parts of your body, including the eyes. It increases your risk of developing eye diseases, such as cataracts and cancer.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends kids under five spend an hour or less on digital screens a day. Children under one are recommended not to use electronic gadgets at all.
Elevated eye pressure, age, family history and ethnicity are common risk factors for glaucoma. However, studies suggest low blood pressure or perfusion pressure also contributes to the development of the condition.
Traveling is fun and enlightening for most people. You get to see new sights, take pictures for your Instagram, eat the local food and experience a whole new culture. But if you have a vision problem, your eye doctor probably told you to take your contact lenses with you so you can actually see properly during the […]
Today, it is common for individuals to take supplements to help maintain their health. In fact, various brands of eye supplements, which are products that contain various eye-healthy vitamins and minerals, are becoming popular. While many eye supplements have no approved therapeutic claims, most of their benefits in keeping your eyes in good health are […]