Eye conditions & symptoms

Here you can find your guide to eye health conditions and symptoms. This collection of articles has been written to support you when looking for more information about the health of your eyes. If you suspect you have a symptom or condition, we recommend you visit an optician as soon as possible.

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What are the Causes of Myopia?

Struggling to see distant objects is a common problem with those under 40; in fact, around 1 in 4 people across Europe have myopia, but what causes short-sightedness?

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Exploring the Global Epidemic of Myopia

An epidemic is defined as a widespread occurrence of a condition at the same time. With more than 2 billion people living with myopia across the world, it is no wonder professionals are using the phrase epidemic.

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Can You Cure Myopia?

Finding out you have myopia can be a little disappointing. Luckily, there are lots of different ways to help correct and manage short-sightedness.

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Understanding Retinoblastoma

Retinoblastoma (Rb) is a form of cancer that develops from immature cells of the retina and it is almost exclusively found in young children, mainly under the age of six.

Eye conditions & symptoms 8 min read

Understanding Myopia

Myopia is a common eye condition that occurs when there is something wrong with the shape of the eyeball, cornea, or lens, causing objects in the distance to appear blurred or unfocused. Read about this common eye condition from the symptoms to treatments available.

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Understanding Hypermetropia

More commonly known as long-sightedness or hyperopia, Hypometropia comes under a group of conditions defined as ‘refractive errors’. Understand about the causes of these errors through to the option to correct your vision.

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Understanding Entropion

Entropion is a condition where the eyelid turns inward. This can happen slowly and the inward rolling of the lid often causes the eyelashes and skin to rub against the surface of the eye. Learn what caused the condition and what treatment options there are.