Everything you need to know about your eyes. How the eyes work, what are the most common eye conditions.
Expert tips on how to choose the frames and lenses for your eyeglasses to ensure you get ones best suited to your needs.
Know what to expect when visiting your eye specialist, from the tests performed to understanding your eye prescription.
Find out how your age and your vision are related, what eye problems can occur at different stages of your life.
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Staying mindful of your vision is important, especially while you’re staying at home to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
Computer glasses can relieve the symptoms of digital eye strain and block blue light. The best computer glasses are available in prescription and non-prescription form.
Blue light blocking glasses help relieve the symptoms of digital eye strain and can help you to get a good night’s sleep.
Just because you don’t wear glasses doesn’t mean you should neglect routine checkups with your eye doctor. Your eye doctor can also identify more serious health problems.
Buying glasses with photochromic lenses can shield your eyes from excess exposure to blue light, thus preventing digital eye strain, mid-afternoon fatigue, headaches and trouble sleeping.
As coronavirus fears sweep the world, diligently cleaning your glasses (much as you wash your hands) is one way to cut your risk of contracting the virus. Another? Avoid touching your eyes and face.
Setting (and sticking to) limits on screen time and adopting screen-free hobbies can help reduce your digital eyestrain from too much time on digital devices.
The novel coronavirus can enter through the nose, mouth and even the eyes. Conjunctivitis also can be a symptom of COVID-19.
Allergy symptoms are not an indication of COVID-19, but a fever is. Learn some simple ways to determine whether what you feel is the coronavirus, or if it’s simply a result of seasonal allergies.