Category Archives: Eye Care

One in ten lie to their optician because they want to wear glasses
Over half of Britons admit to lying to their optometrist
With one in ten faking results because they want to wear glasses! A recent survey has found that over half (54%) of Britons have lied to their optometrist. When it comes to your eyes, examinations are there to help identify iss...
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Know the signs of retinoblastoma – eye cancer in children
The first thing to say is, retinoblastoma, a form of eye cancer in children, is very rare. However, because it is rare, there is little awareness of the symptoms or even its existence. It is a fast growing cancer so early detectio...
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Reduce your chance of becoming short-sighted
  We are often asked about whether there is anything you can do to reduce the chance of becoming short-sighted. So we've compiled some advice on steps you can take, which is especially important for parents to be aware of ...
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We’ve been shortlisted for another award!
We’ve been shortlisted for another award! As some of you may be aware Ian Cameron currently holds the title of UK Contact Lens Practitioner of the Year With that success behind us, along with the UK Practice of the Year award...
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Act now to prevent high levels short-sightedness in your child
If you are short-sighted (myopic) the chance of your child becoming short-sighted significantly increases. We can now slow the progression of short-sightedness by up to 50% using specialised contact lenses in children as young as ...
Support nystagmus awareness on ‘Wobbly Wednesday’
This coming Wednesday (4 November 2015), the Nystagmus Network is encouraging people to hold events to raise awareness of the condition that affects around one in 1,000 people in Scotland. ‘Wobbly Wednesday’ events will raise ...