Here are some tips for parents who need a little help to get their child adjusted to wearing a pair of glasses.
It’s not easy watching your children’s eyesight worsen. The worry from finding out that your child needs spectacles is surely one that parents around the world can empathise with
"Why fix something that isn't broken?" This popular adage briefly sums up our lackadaisical attitude towards our eye health.
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.
The phenomenon of getting distracted easily is one of the many signs that you may be suffering from screen addiction. Screen addiction does not discriminate – it affects adults as much as it affects children
How much screen time is a healthy dose for your young one? And how do you balance this out with physical activity and sleep?
Children who spend time outdoors have a higher likelihood of preventing the onset of myopia. As parents, we should encourage our little ones to go out and about.
Your child's phone's new Dark Mode may be an enticing feature, but does it really help them manage their eye health and prevent myopia from progressing?
If you have seen your child squinting to see faraway objects, you might want to get your child's eyesight checked and potentially prevent myopia from progressing.
Your child's eyes are vulnerable to many ailments and conditions. Just a mere brush of his/her hand across the eye, or staring at a screen for too long can cause serious eye health issues.