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Diabetes is a condition that is caused when blood sugar levels within the body becomes too high and can affect people of all ages. There are various side-effects of having diabetes and it is a condition that should be taken seriously and monitored closely.
As we get older our bodies age, from our skin and joints to organs and muscles, but our eyes age too.
Fern has been one of Mr Hamada’s patients for some time and he sees her regularly at Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead.
This week we have been lucky enough to have some beautiful sunny weather and it is set to stay for the weekend. While many people know that keeping their skin protected from the sun is important, we may forget about how important it is to protect our eyes too.
While corneal grafts being performed with lasers in adults has been done for years, this has not, until now, been done in children.
Many people refer to the collection of mucus which builds up in the corner of the eyes overnight as ‘sleep’, but the medical term for it is call rheum.
This week has seen most of the country covered with snow and being bitterly cold. While the snow is something a lot of people will be enjoying they may forget to protect their eyes in this cold weather. Here are my 4 top tips to look after your eyes for the cold, snowy weather.