With a new year just around the corner, everyone’s hoping for that fresh new start. Many plan to change a few habits, usually to give more importance to their health. However, some forget to include keeping their eyes in good health.[Read more…]
Most of us mindlessly rub our eyes whenever they are itchy or it feels that something has entered them. While this habit may seem harmless and even helpful at times, it can cause damage to your eyes.
Halloween is just around the corner. Have you thought about what you’re dressing up as this year? Whatever you decide, keep in mind that the key to nailing your costume is in the details. Wearing costume contact lenses may be just the thing you need to complete your whole look.
When it comes to vision correction devices, contact lenses remain a top choice for people diagnosed with refractive errors. Designed to improve vision, they are not only easy to wear. They move with the eye upon application to allow for a natural field of view, something that eyeglass frames don’t provide. These, however, must be used properly. Otherwise, they can cause discomfort and, worse, eye infections.
In today’s blog post, the eye care specialists of the Institute for Control of Eye Myopia in Children takes a look at the causes, symptoms and available treatments of infections resulting from the improper use of contact lenses.