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How to protect your eyes from Corona virus

27Mar
27Mar

How many times do you touch your face and eyes? At least 16 times an hour!!

DO YOU KNOW CORONAVIRUS CAN ENTER VIA OUR EYES AND MOUTHS?

With all this hype about hygiene and hand washing, here are some facts to consider:

  • We know Coronavirus can live up to at least 72 hours on hard surfaces.
  • The way we are catching it and transferring it to others is by either inhaling infected droplets produced by someone’s sneeze or by touching a contaminated surface and thus introducing it to our mouths/ face or eyes when we touch them.
  • So, touching your face can increase your risk of COVID and flu infection.
  • As we touch our faces so often, the odds of therefore recontaminating our hands, between washes, is very high.
  • It is important to note that, those who wear contact lenses are even more likely to touch their eyes than those who don’t!
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26Jun
26Jun

It is the age of medical advancement and we are all clamouring to look young and feel young even at 100!!
 
Have you ever thought  about your eyes?  As we age, our eyes age too. Protection from age related damage starts early and starts in your kitchen. There is no need for medical supplements if you eat well.  Eating well does not have to be expensive. Simple home foods and ingredients that you can find in most homes will provide the vitamins, minerals and nutrients to keep eyes healthy longer.
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10May
10May

How many of us are staring at that glowing SCREEN day in and day out?

Since the introduction of office computers in the 1980s, more and more of the workforce are now unable to function without the use of these units at work, home and in our personal lives. Read this article to learn about Digital Screen Protection lenses and how they can help protect your eyes from the glare of digital devices.

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11Dec
11Dec

In 2004 the optical industry changed; once only available in ophthalmic optician practices, spectacles became accessible to everyone via the World Wide Web. This changed the industry forever, people everywhere in the world could purchase their glazed spectacles via the internet using their up to date spectacle prescription. It initially incited an uproar with ophthalmic professionals. But opticians have finally caught up with the 21st century and online spectacle websites are popping up everywhere. 

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