The new year is often a time where people start new habits, whether its eating a balanced diet, exercising more, or setting up a daily routine. Alongside being beneficial to your overall health, these healthy habits can also boost and promote eye health.
During Winter, before you leave the house you’ve probably picked up your coat, scarf, hat, and gloves but have you remembered your sunglasses?
As Halloween approaches, many people will be planning and preparing their Halloween costumes for parties and nights out, which often include cosmetic contact lenses to add to the effect of your costume.
14th October is World Sight Day, an awareness day to focus on the global issue of eye health. World Sight […]
This week is National Eye Health week, a campaign that runs every September to raise awareness of the importance of good eye health and regular eye examinations.
Whilst the number plate test is a quick way of checking your vision, it isn’t a replacement for a regular eye examination which drivers should be attending at least every 2 years.
Although children have not broken up from school yet, you are probably already thinking about everything they need for the school year ahead and an eye examination should be included in your list.
This week is Nutrition and Hydration week, an awareness week used to highlight the importance of eating the right foods […]
Hayfever is a common allergic reaction that affects nearly 18 million people in the UK every year from Spring to […]
From 3rd – 9th May, The British Association of Dermatologists are running their Sun Awareness Week campaign. Sun Awareness Week […]