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    • 10 OCT 18
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    Does Blue Light Damage Cells In Your Eyes?

    Does Blue Light Damage Cells In Your Eyes?

    Sunlight is the biggest source of blue light. But there are many other sources including: Tablet screens, smartphones and computer monitors Compact fluorescent light bulbs Fluorescent light LED televisions and lights Recently, there is a growing concern over the adverse outcomes of excessive screen exposure. This is because of the close distance between your eyes

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    • 03 OCT 18
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    Tips for First Time Contact Lens Wearers

    Tips for First Time Contact Lens Wearers

    Applying contact lenses for the very first time is a daunting yet exciting prospect. Like many people, you will like to spend your time noticing and marveling at every tiny visual detail. It is probably because you have a wider and better field of view, less light reflection than spectacle wearers, and less susceptibility to

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    • 25 SEP 18
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    What is the Meaning of 20/20 Vision?

    What is the Meaning of 20/20 Vision?

    If you have been to an eye clinic and told that your vision is 20/20, does it mean that your eyesight is perfect?  Or have you ever discussed with your ophthalmologist if you can achieve better eyesight than 20/20 vision? To acquire a better understanding of vision-related terminologies, let us have a closer look at

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    • 18 SEP 18
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    Post-Menopausal Dry Eye

    Post-Menopausal Dry Eye

    Hormonal imbalance during menopause transition is one of the common side-effects in women nowadays. The reason is lack of reproductive hormones such as progesterone and estrogens in the body. According to medical professionals, low levels of reproductive hormones impacts women’s health in many ways, causing some uncomfortable symptoms such as hot flashes. Dry eyes, in

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