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Haemophilia and Eye Care

The term usually used is “bleeding disorder” instead of a “disease” referring to Haemophilia where a person lacks or has low levels of “clotting factors” and hence, the blood doesn’t clot as a result. The three forms of Haemophilia A, B and C with poor, exaggerated and abnormal blood clotting are congenital. Meaning they are […]

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Increasing Cataract Awareness in order to Prevent Blindness – Right to Sight

Cataract is responsible for 51 percent of world blindness, according to the World Health Organization. India is a signatory to the World Health Organization resolution on Vision 2020: The right to sight. Efforts of all stakeholders have resulted in increased number of cataract surgeries performed in India. June has been internationally declared as Cataract Awareness […]

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Protect Your Eyes from the Harmful Effects Of Blue Light

Neha is an independent working woman based out of Bangalore. Her days are filled with a lot of hustle and bustle – the most stressful part being the to and fro from her workplace. She thanks her stars that her office is far from the brimming metro city and fortunately has a tranquil atmosphere. However, […]

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Eye Test Before Your Child Goes Back To School

How to know that your kid needs an Eye Test before they go back to school? All children love summer vacations! The goofing around in the cool water of the swimming pool, the fun and games with friends, the endless ice-creams and cold drinks – what’s not to like! But all that is about to […]