Posted: Sep 17, 2020 in News

Stye vs. Chalazion Eye Lump: What’s The Difference?

Many people get confused between a Chalazion and a Stye. They have similar features and appear in or along the edge of the eyelid. Both these lumps may cause much discomfort to your eye. If you are not sure whether it’s a chalazion or a stye causing pain and swelling on your eye, continue reading ...


Posted: Sep 9, 2020 in News

With a variety of options, you may feel enticed to buy a new pair of eyeglasses because of the unique fashionable designs, even if you don’t have any eyesight issues. Nowadays, many online stores offer a wide range of stylish and trendy eyeglasses that are quite attractive. However, what you do...


Posted: Sep 2, 2020 in News

COVID-19 Virus and Your Eyes: What Are The Protective Solutions?

COVID-19 has brought a huge change to our daily lifestyle, and it has caused many of us to adhere to strict guidelines to protect ourselves and our loved ones from contracting the virus. The protection of eyes during COVID-19 has become quite important as the experts suspect touching eyes, face, and...


Posted: Jul 30, 2020 in News

Scientific Overview: How Exactly Germs Can Get in Your Eyes

There are germs inside a human body. Some of these germs can cause serious health conditions. Some of your body functions require help from germs. For instance, you cannot digest food without the help of good bacteria. However, it is important to minimize exposure to dangerous or harmful germs, espe...


Posted: Jul 15, 2020 in News

How Eyelashes and Eyebrows Protect Your Eyes

Your eyelashes and eyebrows are more than aesthetic components of your face. They play a crucial role in protecting our eyes from insects, dust, sweat, etc. In other words, you should pay attention to their care in addition to styling them for great looks. Our eyelashes and eyebrows serve as a shiel...


Posted: Jul 8, 2020 in News

Guidelines to Protect Your Eyes During a Hot Summer

When summer comes, we all need to apply sunscreen regularly to protect our skin. We should also show the same concern for our eyes because UV rays can damage your eyes too. Exposure to UV rays can elevate the risks of having conditions like macular degeneration, the thickness of sclera (white area o...


Posted: May 31, 2020 in News

Steps to Identify Dominant Eye for Presbyopic Patients

The dominant eye is the eye that works a little better than the other one. The phenomenon is similar to how we use our one hand more than the other hand. A dominant eye does not always have a better vision; it gives more information to your mind and focuses more on the object. Researchers claim t...


Posted: May 23, 2020 in News

A Good Night’s Sleep is Important for Your Eyes

Doctors recommend at least 7 hours of sleep every night for both mental and physical health. Your eyes need at least 5 hours of sleep every night to relax them from an entire day’s worth of strain and to get ready for the upcoming day. If you are sleeping for less than 6 hours a day, you are no...


Posted: May 14, 2020 in News

Does Alcohol Consumption Affect Your Vision?

If alcohol consumption is utilized in a controlled amount for parties or gatherings, then it is typically not a threat. However, overconsumption of alcohol can leave a lot of harmful effects on your body, including your vision. It is a rule of nature, that if you eat or consume anything in a larg...