Do not smokeSmoking is not only bad for the lungs, it's bad for the eyes too!
Smoking is as bad for your eyes as it is for your lungs. Research has linked smoking to an increased risk of developing Macular Degeneration, Cataract and optic nerve damage. All of these conditions can lead to vision loss.
If you are having trouble quitting smoking, please visit your Doctor for further advice and book an eye exam with The Eye Practice to check if smoking is affecting your eye health.
We previously wrote about how to ace your exams if you have keratoconus. But how does this eye condition impact your career plans and what can your HR manager do to best support you?
What's the best cure for keratoconus? This is a question thousands of people in Australia ask every month.
30th August 2019 is Jersey Day. The Eye Practice team in Sydney’s CBD – self-confessed sports nuts – are wearing their favourite team’s jerseys to promote awareness of The Organ and Tissue Authority and the Donate Life network.
A diagnosis of keratoconus usually comes in your mid to late teens – which can coincide with the most important exams of your life (or so it would seem at the time) – your Higher School Certificate (HSC).