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.
It has been found that children who spend at least two hours outside every day have a reduced risk of developing myopia.
Kids are are still on their enviable, long winter break, and most of them will end up spending some extra time in front of screens.
Now is the time to stop playing games with our children’s eyes. The world is waking up to the problem of screen addiction.
Singapore is the smallest country in Southeast Asia, being dwarfed in size and population compared to neighbours Malaysia and Indonesia.
What comes to mind when you think of a ‘nerd’?
“Don’t watch too much television, or your eyes will become square!”
The cornerstone of the traditional Singaporean route to success has typically been education, as parents instill the value of studying hard in their children.
A silent epidemic has been sweeping the world, affecting the health of millions
As technology becomes a part of our lives, maintaining a healthy relationship between our eyes and our devices is necessary to keep our eyes healthy.