Maintaining excellent vision is no easy feat – it requires effort. To ensure we do not fall prey to the epidemic of myopia,
Television, computers, tablets, and smartphones today have effectively taken over traditional games and physical activities as hobbies for children.
Myopia is one of the most common eye problems faced by people across the world.
Imagine this: you’re out for dinner with your friends, eager to catch up. Ping! The conversation soon tapers to a halt as your companions, distracted by notifications, tap at their phones. Sounds familiar? You’ve just been phubbed. ...
Eye examinations are not just about prescribing spectacles or contact lenses. They also help identify vision problems and potentially, long-term vision problems
Singapore is the smallest country in Southeast Asia, being dwarfed in size and population compared to neighbours Malaysia and Indonesia.
“Don’t watch too much television, or your eyes will become square!”
What comes to mind when you think of a ‘nerd’?
The cornerstone of the traditional Singaporean route to success has typically been education, as parents instill the value of studying hard in their children.
In 12 hours and 42 minutes, you can complete a full day of work, head home, have dinner, maybe watch an episode or two of your favourite TV show and fall into bed. The average Singaporean spends a staggering 12 hours and 42 minutes glued onto their digital devices daily.