Posted: Feb 9, 2019 in News

How to Know that Your Dry Eye Treatment is not Working

The condition of having dry eyes is fairly common among us. It can occur in children, middle-aged individuals as well as aged people. The reasons behind this condition can vary from person to person; hence, a treatment plan laid out to treat dry eyes in one person might not suit someone else. If yo...


Posted: Feb 2, 2019 in News

Best Food Choices for Optimal Eye Health

Aging is not the only reason for declining eyesight - our lifestyle and food choices can play a significant role in maintaining healthy vision. To maintain healthy eyesight, one can do a lot more than just devour carrots. The following are some foods that are highly recommended by multiple optometri...


Posted: Jan 26, 2019 in News

How to Stay Ahead of Vision Loss due to Aging

As you enter your 30s or 40s, you may observe or feel certain changes in your vision. The older you get, the more important it becomes to keep a check on the symptoms of age-related vision loss. To help you with early identification of vision-related problems, you should have relevant information re...


Posted: Jan 19, 2019 in News

Understanding Keratoconus!

What is Keratoconus? Keratoconus refers to a progressive eye condition in which the front part of your eye changes shape and appears like a cone. In this condition, your eye’s cornea starts to thin and develops a bulge, resembling a cone shape rather than the usual round shape. This causes distort...


Posted: Jan 11, 2019 in News

Child Vision Problems: Signs to Watch out for!

According to one estimate, nearly 60% of children that have learning difficulties suffer from some type of undiagnosed vision issue because 80% of children’s learning is visual. This means that these children face serious problems in their educational and social development. Fortunately, there are...


Posted: Jan 4, 2019 in News

Top Tips for Eyes Safety in Winters

Most of us assume that due to excessive cold outside, our eyes are safe from sun damage. Unfortunately, this assumption is wrong. Our eyes are as vulnerable to the damaging UV sun rays as they are during the summer season. In addition to UV rays, there are other things too which can cause harm to yo...


Posted: Dec 26, 2018 in News

How to get Relief from Dry Eye Syndrome

Are you experiencing itching, irritation and dryness in your eyes? Then you may be suffering from dry eyes syndrome. It is a chronic and progressive condition. Depending on the causes as well as the severity of the condition, it may or may not be completely curable. But it is possible to successfull...


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...