Technology has made the pivot to working and learning from home much easier, but it's important to be aware of the amount of time you're dedicating to the screen.
We've all experienced dry eye - it could be because of the cold, or it could be because of that screen you've been staring at in your palms all day.
As the war against COVID-19 rages on, we may be bidding farewell to time outdoors and hello to more screen time - our children included. But that's not to say we can't limit our screen time and prevent myopia from progressing.
Got your laptop in front of you, your phone on your right, and an extra tablet on your left. Great! Now are they all placed properly to protect your eyes and your physical health?
With our children connecting to the internet as quickly as the speed of light, screen time has increased tenfold and their eyes are paying the price of it.
It is one of the most addictive items in our homes and most of us, including our vulnerable little ones are hooked. In fact, former Google design ethicist, Tristan Harris had famously critiqued the exploitative design of ...
Attending a comprehensive eye checkup appointment is important for our overall health. So make sure you get one annually to get yourself checked.
We all know a thing or two about eye care. However, there's still more than meets the eye. Here are 5 mind-blowing eye care facts you may have not known about.
Want to prevent myopia from developing in your child? The answer may be easier and more affordable than you think.
If myopia is left undiagnosed, it can lead to more serious effects, like high myopia.