Glaucoma is an eye condition that can eventually lead to blindness. It is caused because of damage to the optic nerve in the back of the eyes. Primarily caused by an increase of intraocular pressure (IOP).
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As the days get darker and the nights get colder, winter weather can be particularly harsh on the eyes. Although taking care of your eyes is important all year round, following these simple yet effective tips can help your eyes stay healthy during these winter months!
The first OSI Symposium will be held on Thursday 17th January 2019.
Many people have heard of rosacea that affects the skin, usually the face and chest area, which causes redness and small bumps, but did you know rosacea can affect the eyes too?
It’s the start of National Eye Health Week and it runs from Monday 24th September 2018 to Sunday 30th September 2018. The aim of this week is to raise awareness and educate people on eye health and the importance of everyone having regular eye examinations. Here are some of our top tips for looking after your eyes.
Having tired eyes can really make doing daily tasks more difficult and a struggle. Making sure you look after your eyes is very important and below are some handy tips on how to help ease tired eyes.
When arthritis is mentioned most people think of aching inflamed joints, and while this is true, many people don’t realise arthritis can also affect the eyes.
University is a great experience and having good vision is important when studying but looking after your eyes may not be high on your agenda. Here are some helpful tips to keep your eyes in good condition throughout the academic year and beyond.