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Winter and the cold weather can be beautiful. The frosty landscapes, snow-covered sceneries, and cosy atmospheres; but with that, can come certain challenges for our health. Our eyes, in particular, are highly prone to the effects of chilly temperatures. From minor irritations to more severe conditions, cold weather can significantly impact our eyes. In this article, we will explore the ways in which chilly temperatures can affect your eyes and highlight some common eye issues that can arise under lower temperatures, along with some preventive tips to keep your eyes healthy this winter.
Coffee was first brought to the UK in the 16th century and became popularised in the mid-17th century. To date, approximately 98 million cups of coffee are served in the UK every day, and according to the British Coffee Association, the coffee industry alone is estimated to contribute a whopping 9 billion pounds to the economy.