While enjoying the splendour of firecrackers, it is equally important to prioritise safety, especially when it comes to protecting the eyes.
While the oil lamps, adorned decorations, and spellbinding fireworks bring immense joy, it’s important to be mindful of the potential risks they can pose to our eyes.
Against the backdrop of this upsurge in cases of conjunctivitis, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi is consistently recording around 100 patients daily.
Eye drops could be a more effective and comfortable therapy for a common eye disease currently treated with injections into the eye, suggests a study.
Prolonged exposure to the sun's UV rays can cause irritation and inflammation of the delicate tissues surrounding the eyes, leading to redness and puffiness.
Dry eye is a common condition in which tears produced by the eye can't keep the eye adequately lubricated.
Inherited retinal diseases, single-gene disorders affecting the retina, are very difficult to diagnose since they are uncommon and involve changes in one of many candidate genes.
The team for its research included 23 congenitally blind patients (aged 7-17 years) from Uttar Pradesh with dense bilateral cataracts, who received cataract surgery at different stages of adolescence.
With proper medication and treatment from ophthalmologists, it is possible to protect the eyes from permanent blindness.
Diabetes can have a serious negative impact on the eyes, which can result in blindness or visual impairment.