This year, we have the seventh Vision Awareness Week / National Eye Health Week set to take place between the 19th and 25th September 2016. Across all regions of the UK – including London, Scotland, Wales, Yorkshire, North West, East and West Midlands, East Anglia, South East, South West, and Northern Ireland – there will be events and promotions taking place through local business and charities, plus there’s a chance for everyone to get involved. Health professionals and various organisations across the country will join forces to spread the message of the importance of eye
The NHS has already been sending out Glaucoma warnings and urging people to get checked out if Glaucoma has run in their family previously and the news is frequently releasing reports and articles on how to improve eye health across the board. It seems that eye health really is becoming a major issue for today’s technology-bound generation. And now some shocking figures have been revealed by the NIH (National Institute for Health) claiming that by 2050, America’s eye health will dramatically deteriorate across the entire US population.
Blindness to Double
This terrifying report shows that visual impairment
It’s no secret that a healthy diet can help to keep our eye health in check. And there are so many different types of foods we can include in our day to day diets to improve our eye health, including things such as carrots, kale, oily fish and Brazil nuts (and many more) – which all have their individual benefits to our eyes.
But this week, we’re focusing in on curbing cataracts, an age related condition that causes our vision to decrease over time. This is something that occurs naturally with ageing and the lens of the eye will become less transparent.
This causes our eyes
Have you been caught without specs behind the wheel? If you have, then it could spell danger for some drivers as a study finds motorists were more likely to have an accident if they didn’t wear their glasses whilst driving, increasing the risk as much as four times.
According to the recent study by insurance providers Direct Line, nearly 20 percent of just over 2,000 motorists had experienced a crash in the last two years, with this figure jumping to nearly 70 percent for those individuals who choose not to wear glasses.
The issues may be greater to drivers not having a regular
You can forget about all those top of the range smart glasses. Yes, Google may have already jumped on the tech bandwagon with their Google Glass product, but contact lenses are set to undergo a gizmo renaissance thanks to Samsung.
The South Korean giant has filed a unique patent that features a built-in camera. This in turn projects images into the eye. Seeing may very well be believing as these contacts provide a number of different functions.
How will they work?
From a crystal clear display to an antenna and sensors, Samsung are set to bring you the complete picture. So how does it exactly work? The antenna will
Ray-Ban sunglasses are some of the most iconic sunglasses in the world. They’ve been worn in some of modern culture’s most important Hollywood movies including Top Gun, Reservoir Dogs, Terminator 2, Risky Business, Taxi Driver with Robert De Niro and Cobra with Sylvester Stallone as well as the more recent films, James Bond’s Casino Royale and the latest Skyfall.
The Ray-Ban brand has been around since the 1930s and over the decades, two distinct styles have become classics within the fashion industry; the Ray-Ban Aviator and the Ray-Ban Wayfarer are two of the most copied