Posted: Dec 19, 2018 in News

Google’s DeepMind AI Detects Eye Diseases

Globally, more than 285 million patients suffer from different sorts of eye disease or sight loss. To identify the signs, many eye doctors tend to use machine-learning technology to recommend the best treatment. DeepMind, which is owned by Google, is an artificial intelligence firm. Marking a techno...


Posted: Dec 11, 2018 in News

Taking Care of Your Eyes When You’re Overworked

If you are a workaholic and love to spend hours in front of your computer screen, your eyes might get tired. They feel warm and heavy as they can suffer from severe eye strain. Nowadays it is hard to avoid putting in long hours at work as it’s getting more demanding and requires your unwavering at...


Posted: Dec 3, 2018 in News

Can Eye Exams Detect Alzheimer’s Disease Early?

It is possible that doctors may be able to detect Alzheimer’s in patients by means of a simple eye exam. Recent researches indicate that doctors can screen patients using technology which is the same as what an eye doctor uses to make eye examination. This will be helpful in detecting Alzheimer...


Posted: Nov 25, 2018 in News

Exploring the Best Vision Correctness Options

Technology has evolved to an extent where people with minor or major refractive errors can benefit from hi-tech correction methods. There is a long list of vision problems that can be easily corrected through treatment. These problems include presbyopia, farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmat...


Posted: Nov 17, 2018 in News

Effective Eye Exercises for Improving Your Vision

Your eyes are continuously at work. You use them to see images, televisions, and cell phones, which means your eye muscles rarely get any relaxation. This often leads to eye fatigue or various eyes-related problems in people. That is why taking care of your eye health is essential and can positively...


Posted: Nov 9, 2018 in News

3 Ways Lupus Affects the Eyes

Lupus refers to a chronic autoimmune disease that affects several parts of the body. The disease can have serious effects on our kidneys, heart, joints as well as on skin; the nervous system and blood vessels are at risk too. Owing to the systemic inflammatory process in the human body, the autoimm...


Posted: Nov 1, 2018 in News

Are Your Eye Issues Hereditary?

Researchers have long been working to find a connection between eye issues and genes. Results from various studies and researches reveal that eye problems, such as lazy eyes, color blindness and nearsightedness are often hereditary. Although both farsightedness and near-sightedness are often inheri...


Posted: Oct 24, 2018 in News

Why Rubbing Your Eyes is Dangerous

It’s a natural instinct to rub itchy eyes. But rubbing offers only a momentary sense of relief. Although rubbing seems a harmless action, it actually leads to a series of harmful effects. There are several triggers that lead to watery or itchy eyes. In some cases, a foreign particle gets into the...


Posted: Oct 17, 2018 in News

How to Fix your Office Lighting to Improve your Vision

Do your eyes itch or burn after a long day at work? Prolonged computer usage could be a major reason for your eye problems. However, poor lighting could also be the culprit. It is common for most workplaces to use inexpensive fluorescent lighting to power large areas. This is because it continues to...


Posted: Oct 10, 2018 in News

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 excessi...