The Covid-19 pandemic has increased the causes of myopia in Singaporean children. But there's a solution to slow down its progression. Dr Cheryl Lee explains.
There is no cure for myopia.
Santen, through Plano, will initiate to tackle the burden of myopia using both a holistic approach and innovative technological solutions.
A 2-year-old was diagnosed with severe myopia (nearly 900 degrees). Read about this alarming case of high myopia in toddlers due to phone addiction...
Parents, if you are nearsighted and had to wear glasses throughout your childhood, you may have wondered if your little one is at risk of being nearsighted too, right? Well, read on because we have the answers for you.
At seven years of age, 20% of Singapore children are myopic. In this article, we focus on how to prevent myopia from worsening in children...
You can control your child’s myopia before it progresses to a serious stage if you take the right steps. Brought to you by Essilor.
With Orthokeratology, your child can control myopia without any vision correction aids
Singapore is the “Myopia capital of the world” with 65% of primary school students affected. Is your child one of them? Read on to find out.
Has your child been diagnosed with myopia, more commonly known as nearsightedness? Find out if it is being managed in the right way and the solution you need to meet.
Is your child suffering from Myopia? Here's what you need to hear from expert, Dr. Drobe, Associate Director of WEIRC, who has spent more than 2 decades researching myopia.
Many young people in Singapore suffer from myopia. How do we help them?