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Eat Better – See Better

We’ve heard the age adage: you are what eat. This is generally taken to refer to weight; but your diet have a huge impact on multiple aspects on your health – including your vision. The foods you choose to eat can be important players in a preventative battle against...

See For Yourself the Long-Term Effects of LASIK Eye Surgery

Nearly all of us – at some stage in our lives – will experience vision deficiencies. When this occurs, there are a number of options available to us – including glasses, contact lenses, as well as more long-term solutions such as laser vision correction surgery. You...

Eat your way to Better Eye Health

Eye degeneration is basically inevitable. It’s no surprise really; we use our eyes all day long, straining to read books, newspapers, work; staring at laptops, tablets and phone screens all day; watching TV – whatever it is you use your eyes for, you’re using them and...

Myths Busted: Laser Vision Correction

Many people are plagued with vision impairment. Some of us manage this with glasses or contact lenses; however, for some, these temporary solutions prove endlessly costly and a hassle to maintain. Laser surgery for the eye is thus an ever-increasingly popular solution...

How Smoking Could Ruin Your Eyesight

The dangers of smoking are generally well known. Advertisements plastered on billboards, televisions, radios, magazines and cigarette packages use shocking images to communicate the dangers of smoking. These usually emphasise diseases such as cancer, emphysema, poor...

Cataracts and Kids: A Guide to Cataracts Surgery

A cataract is an area of the eye’s lens that is murky or cloudy, often leading vision impairment of the eye in which it is present ranging from somewhat obscured to a total loss of vision. Whilst cataracts are predominant in adults, they can also occur in children or...

Winter Wearies: Tips for Eye Care in Winter

It’s easy to neglect our eye care habits when winter roles around. Whilst that scorching summer sun may not be beating down as heavily upon our faces and eyes, other factors like indoor heating can still dry out our skin! So, let’s be kind to our eyes, and maintain a...