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Most of us know that Smoking is known to cause lung disease and heart disease but many of us don’t realize that it can even lead to numbers of eye disorders and diseases and even lead to blindness. Temporarily, Smoking makes watery eyes, itchiness which can be annoying but smoking puts you at greater risk of developing conditions such as Age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, dry eyes, uveitis, vascular diseases, graves ophthalmopathy and so…

I think most people have heard about the term ‘Autism’. But actually, this is still under research. Here in this blog discussing Autism and Vision Problems. April month is National Autism Awareness month and 2nd April is declared as an autism awareness day. It’s an opportunity to learn more about this disorder and how it can affect an individual vision.  Autism Spectrum Disorder Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological and developmental disorder that begins early…

These days, we can see people “every time” on their digital devices mostly smartphones, anytime anywhere. Either walking in the streets or sitting on the bus, we are always hanging on phones and texting or doing various activities from smartphones. And most probably, in this current scenario, this is the biggest concerned topic in eye health. Here in this blog, we are explaining about Eye damage risks from digital devices and prevention. These digital devices: laptops,…

You people may have known about that when you visit eye hospitals or eye centers for an eye examination. Eye health professionals will check your vision, Right?? If anyone has a normal vision, that will be denoted by 6/6 or 20/20. What actually is that 6/6 or 20/20 ?? To make you clear about 6/6 and 20/20 that both terms are equivalent. 6/6 is often used in countries that use metric units while 20/20 is used…

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