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Eye Allergies or Dry Eye Syndrome? A Visit to Your Eye Clinic Can Clear Things Up



Dry eyes and ocular allergies are two of the most commonly experienced eye-related problems today, apart from those that can be corrected with glasses or contact lenses. Yet, despite the differences between the two, it is quite easy to mistake one for the other as the symptoms of each may be similar. What you thought was a simple case of allergies might actually be dry eye syndrome.

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New Year: New Eyes


January is a time where people tend to make resolutions to maybe lose weight, stop smoking, etc. but some people will be finally making the resolution to get their vision corrected by more than just glasses or contact lenses. Of course, any kind of vision correction requires a detailed and thorough consultation by an eye clinic and ophthalmologist to check suitability, but here we will look at the 3 most common types of vision correction.

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Eye Drops, Eye Patches, and More: Recovering from Cataracts Surgery

What You Need to Know – and Do – While Recovering from Cataracts Surgery

When you’ve invested a lot of time and resources into having cataracts surgery, you’ll want to make the most out of what it can give you. This involves taking good care of yourself after the fact, preventing complications and pulling yourself farther along the road to improved vision.

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Get Computer Vision Syndrome Treatments at a Harley Street Eye C

Preventing Computer Vision Syndrome: Everyday Tips and Treatments from an Eye Clinic

If there’s one thing we all see clearly these days, it’s that everyone seems glued to digital devices. It’s not the healthiest activity; prolonged periods bending over a screen causes everything from dry eyes and blurred vision to headaches, and neck or shoulder pain. But using computers, tablets, and smartphones are now inevitable for both work and recreation.

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Babies’ Eyes – Birth to 12 Months


Much like learning to walk and talk, babies learn to see over time. While babies are still in the womb, they can tell the difference between light and dark but once they are born and develop, their sight changes and develops too.

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Eye Safety During the Festive Season


The festive season is now upon us and it is a great time of year, but while most people are preparing themselves for Christmas, hospitals, eye doctors and eye clinics are preparing for a rise in the number of eye injuries at this time of year. The majority of the common eye injuries during Christmas time are avoidable and here we will look at some of these eye injuries and how you can help prevent them and have an eye injury-free festive season.

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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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