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It’s officially spring, the flowers are blooming, the weather is starting to warm up, and hay fever season is upon us again. We’ve compiled a list of handy products to help you prepare for the high pollen count. If you have an allergic reaction to pollen, spring/summer can be a difficult time. Seasonal allergies are very common; general symptoms include:
Easter 2022 is fast approaching, and you may be stuck for ideas on how to enjoy the long weekend. There's plenty to do this Easter Sunday (17 April) with Easter activities that are guaranteed to provide family fun. We’ve got the best round up of egg cellent things to do around London this Easter.
Sports eye safety awareness month is an important time to draw attention to the importance of keeping your eyes safe during sports. No matter what sport you’re playing, there can usually be a risk of eye injury if you’re not careful. There are thousands of sports related eye injuries every year. Whether you wear contact lenses or spectacles, there are ways to avoid this. There is a higher risk of eye injury in some sports and less risk in others, but precautions should be taken in all sports for your best chance at avoiding harm. Read on to learn how to protect your eyes through any sport.
We spend most of our time in the office, but could that environment be harming your eye health? Excessive screen use and harsh artificial lighting can all contribute to computer vision syndrome, causing sore and tired eyes. Read our blog for tips on how to reduce the uncomfortable symptoms of eye strain.