Taking Care Of Your Eyes
Protecting Your Baby’s Vision
It’s never too early to be concerned about your baby’s eye safety. They’re naturally curious. It’s your baby’s job to learn all about the world around them and your job to protect them.
Protecting Your Child's Sight
Despite all the things you do to keep your children safe – at home, on the playground, and in the car – accidents happen. Each year, thousands of children visit A & E and doctors’ offices with eye injuries.
How Important Is Eye Safety?
40% of hospital admissions for eye injuries are related to sports. Here’s the scary part: 71% of these injuries happen to people under the age of 25. Teenagers are in the highest risk category for serious eye injuries, especially if you play racquet sports like tennis, badminton, or squash. The good news is that there are simple things you can do to protect your eyes.
Most people know their eyesight is precious, but at this age they don’t think as much about protecting their eyes as they should. Eye safety means taking proactive measures to ensure the same quality of eyesight you currently enjoy.
A regular eye exam is the best way to protect your eyesight – and an easy precaution to take. Here are more tips for maintaining proper eye health – as well as a healthy lifestyle.Know More
Maintaining Healthy Eyes
A regular eye exam is the best way to protect your eyesight – and an easy precaution to take. Many sight-threatening diseases can be cured or slowed if caught early enough.Know More
60s+ Eye Health
A regular eye exam is the best way to protect your eyesight – and an easy precaution to take. Another way to safeguard your vision is through proper eye nutrition.
Keeping your Eyes Healthy
It is important that your eyes stay healthy because you’ll need good vision for just about every activity you choose—and you want to keep your 20/20 vision for many years to come. When you see well, you can perform well—on the ball field, in class, behind the wheel or at your desk. That’s why it’s important to take a few simple steps to make sure you keep your eyesight at its best.