Eye hygiene refers to a set of measures for maintaining the normal functioning of your eyes and preserving their health. Ophthalmologists recommend some simple rules, not just in a situation where certain vision problems appear, but for you to follow daily and make sure your eyes stay in good shape.
How do babies see in their first months of life? This is a question that many parents ask. Since babies cannot describe their experiences, we can rely on scientific research and knowledge about vision development in newborns. In this article, we will provide information about how babies perceive the world around them in their early stages of development.
Contact lenses are a great way to correct vision for those who do not want to wear glasses and are not ready for surgery. They are easy to use, affordable, invisible to use, and relatively safe. Unless, of course, your lenses have been correctly selected.
In today's digital age, the ubiquitous use of computers, smartphones, and other gadgets poses challenges to eye health. One common issue that arises is dry eye syndrome also known as dry eye disease, and in this article, we explore the deeper connection between this condition and prolonged use of digital devices.
About 2.2 billion people in the world live with visual impairments, according to the World Health Organization. In more than half of these cases it could’ve been prevented or yet needs to be addressed.
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