Stop Pink Eye From Spreading in a Classroom

FACTS ABOUT PINK EYE (CONJUNCTIVITIS) If you are a parent or a teacher, you are well aware of the scrouge of Pink Eye Conjunctivitis in a classroom. Once a child gets it, others go down like dominoes with the infection. This contagion of inflamed eyes is an enthusiastic traveler, spreading quickly through direct contact with …Read more

9 Ways Your Smoking Habit is Also Injurious To Your Eyes

SMOKING HABITS THAT CAN HARM YOUR EYES Lungs and heart are not the only essential organs that get compromised by the habit of smoking. With many years of smoking, vision also begins to degenerate, but because blindness isn’t life-threatening, this worrisome fact is often overlooked when putting out statutory warnings against smoking. There are 4,700 …Read more

Is Your Baby’s Eye Watering Too Much? It Could Be A Sign of Epiphora

SIGNS OF EPIPHORA Infants come with their own, special share of common baby-related illnesses. But, along with the usual coughs, colds and digestive troubles, parents also have to be constantly aware of signs of problems related to the eye. Babies cannot communicate discomforts in the eye without crying, and tears can camouflage an eye condition …Read more

7 Things You Can do To Improve Vision During Night Driving

HOW TO IMPROVE VISION DURING NIGHT DRIVING Prepare For Night Driving With Less UV Exposure During The Day • During daylight hours, wear sunglasses to cut down on your exposure to UV rays. This will significantly improve your ability to see better in the dark, later at night. Keep Your Eyes Moving • To reduce the effects …Read more

Why LASIK Surgery is Fast Becoming a Trend with Millennials

LASIK SURGERY FOR MILLENNIALS Millennials (age group 18-34) typically don’t have time to worry about medical care. Unless there’s a pressing emergency that needs immediate attention, they are unlikely to go for a medical consultation that could positively impact their lives in the years to come. Complications of day-to-day living that arise with middle age …Read more

Going on a Winter Vacation after LASIK Surgery? (Do’s and Don’ts)

VACATION AFTER LASIK SURGERY It’s pretty common for people to undergo LASIK surgery before their annual winter vacation. After all, who doesn’t want to look great during their holidays, and be able to take selfies and family photos without glasses? Winter vacation locations vary – from tropical beaches to skiing resorts – and people have many …Read more

11 Inspirational Quotes To Start Off The New Year

INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FROM KING LASIK “It’s not what you look at that matters in life. It is what you see.” “When things get blurry, be like a cameraman. Simply re-adjust your focus.” “Always remember Cupcakes. They are the Muffins that believed in Miracles.” “Don’t look back, You’re not going that way.” “The world is a …Read more