Apr 16, 2018
The risks that come with rubbing your eyes

Itchy eyes are a common problem, occurring in people with allergies, who wear contact lenses, or are lacking in sleep. Prolonged exposure to computer or phone screens may also cause your eyes to become itchy.

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Mar 19, 2018
8 everyday things you may be doing that can hurt your eyes (and what can be done about it)

Spending all day in front of screens, rubbing itchy eyes to try to soothe them, and even applying one too many eye drops all seem pretty innocuous, but if you’re doing any of these you may be causing harm to your eyes. Keep reading to find out other ways you may be harming your eyes, and what you can do instead.

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Feb 06, 2018
Age-related macular degeneration from A to Z: Everything you should know about this eye condition

Age-related macular degeneration is an eye disease that usually affects people aged 60 and over, so while you might not be immediately at risk, someone close to you, like your parents or grandparents may be at a greater risk. In this blog post, we take an informative, in-depth look at macular degeneration, touching on the symptoms and risks of this eye disease.

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Jan 25, 2018
Your complete guide to eye exams: Visual acuity test, pupil dilation, and more!

Do you remember when your last eye exam was? If you can't, that means you might be due for one. In this blog post, you'll find all the information needed about eye exams, and how to keep your eye health in check.

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Dec 18, 2017
Keep Your Eyes Healthy with These Eye Makeup Dos and Don’ts

Whether glamming it up for a holiday party, or just tackling your everyday makeup regime, there’s no denying that eye makeup—including your favourite tools like mascara, eyeliner, and eye shadow—add a little oomph to your look. But take heed: dressing up your eyes is a form of primping and pampering that comes with a caveat. Sometimes, something as enjoyable as getting your eyes all prettied up can cause harm, so follow these eye makeup tips to keep your eyes safe, and infection-free.

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