Your Smartphone is a Real Pain in the Neck, Literally

On every bus or train, at every café or restaurant and even while crossing the street or walking on the footpath, we see people looking down, hunched over their smart devices, their necks contorted into unnatural postures while they ...

From an Idea to a Complete Ecosystem

Plano was developed with a clear purpose; to save sight and empower lives. With a culture of disruptive thinking grounded in real scientific research

Getting Regular Eye Checks Should Be On Everyone’s Radar

Experts agree that regular and timely eye examinations are important for people of all ages, and that includes people who have not been diagnosed with an eye condition.

Stop Turning a Blind Eye to High Myopia

Macular degeneration, retinal detachment, glaucoma and cataract and other sight-threatening diseases are associated with high myopia.

Studying Hard, But At What Cost?: Singapore, The Myopia Capital Of The World

Excessive near work is a well-defined risk factor for the development of Myopia, or short-sightedness, and the problem is bigger than you may think.

A Nation Wearing Spectacles: Are We All Nerds?

But are people who wear glasses really more likely to be nerds or is this just a myth?

Myth Busted: Myopia Is NOT Just An Asian Problem!

Myopia does not discriminate – it affects people of all walks of life in every country.

Our Kids Need Our Help In This Digital Age.

Arguably, above all else, raising a child ‘right’ hinges on how committed parents are to give their child the best environment to grow up in.

Our Most Precious Commodity: How Much Of It Are Our Youth Sacrificing To Screens?

Unlike 26 years ago, before the dawn of the smartphone revolution, we now have to factor in the amount of time we will spend staring at our tiny screens.

The Fight Against The Global Epidemic Of Short-Sightedness Starts Outdoors.

It has been found that children who spend at least two hours outside every day have a reduced risk of developing myopia.