Children need to spend time outside of their houses. Having outdoor playtime is essential as there is more natural light than indoors.
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.
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.
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?
A Singapore study of Myopia risk factors finds that school work and intelligence affects children. Read on for the details...