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An Eye Surgeon Diagnoses Learning-Related Vision Problems in Children

Don’t Mistake Your Child’s Learning-Related Vision Problems for Learning Disability

When a child experiences difficulty in reading and writing or sees numbers and letters in reverse, it’s easy to dismiss the symptoms as dyslexia. However, many parents might be unaware that these learning-related issues may just be undiagnosed vision problems. Learning-related vision problems often mimic the symptoms ADD, dyslexia or other learning disabilities.

 

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Go to an Eye Doctor If You Have an Increased Risk of Getting Dry Eye

Eye Doctor: You Might Be at Great Risk of Developing Dry Eye Syndrome

According to the Association of Optometrists, dry eye syndrome affects one in four people in the UK. Dry eye occurs when the eyes don’t produce enough tears or when the tears dry up too quickly. While this condition commonly only causes irritation and discomfort to the eyes, it also has the possibility to develop into a severe ailment that can lead to long-term damage. To help avoid such dire circumstances, it’s best to be aware of certain factors that may increase your risks for developing the malady.

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ESCRS Congress Lisbon 2017

 

Mr Hamada was again invited to attend the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS) not just as an attendee but also to give presentations at the congress.

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With Your Eye Specialist as a Partner, You Can Enjoy Better Vision

4 Ways to Improve Your Vision with the Help of Your London Eye Specialist

Your trusted eye specialist will be happy to help you whenever you visit their clinic in London. But that doesn’t mean you should leave the matter of improving your eyesight completely in their hands. There things you can do with your lifestyle and diet to make sure your vision remains as perfect as possible.

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Red Wine May Be Good for Eye Health

 

 

Recently we did a blog about the benefits of dark chocolate and eye health, and in this new blog we look at the possible link of drinking red wine and the benefits it can bring to eye health.

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Heterochromia – What Is It?

 

Heterochromia is a condition where the coloured part of the eye (iris) are different colours. There are 3 different types of heterochromia;

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Proposed Organ Donation Change to Opt Out

 

Theresa May has announced a proposed change in the way we donate organs from an opt in to an opt out system. Many lives are saved from donated organs, including saving eyesight from people that have donated their eyes after death, but how do you feel about the change to an opt out system? Do you think it will encourage more people to donate organs knowing they are already signed up?

Organ donation – here’s how to how to opt out and register for a donor card

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