You might have heard from your parents that eating carrots can improve your eyesight or sitting too close to the TV harms your eyes. For tips on preserving your vision and protecting your eyes, it’s best to consult an expert.
Direct sunlight exposure, the increasing temperature and chemicals in pools can all harm the eyes. While summer is the best time for outdoor activities, it’s important to keep your children’s eyes protected.
Eye doctors, optometrists, corneal reshaping therapy specialists and many eye professionals gather every March for the annual Vision Expo East. This year’s expo was held on March 26 to 29 in New York City and offered highly sought-after talks from leading experts in the field, breakthrough technologies in vision correction and therapy and invaluable seminars detailing the various medical aspects and innovations in the industry.
Have you ever noticed faint strings floating in your eyes when you stare at something for too long? If you haven’t, try it. Look up at a clear sky during the day and move your eyes around. After a short while, you’ll eventually notice them. Don’t worry, you don’t have to schedule an eye exam yet because these “floaters” are not particularly harmful. However, not many people are aware of what they are exactly.