Understanding Amblyopia or Lazy Eye in Kids

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You have probably heard of amblyopia by the name of lazy eye. This condition begins in infancy or early childhood and affects around 2 to 3 percent of the population, according to All About Vision. Usually present in just one eye but sometimes affecting both, amblyopia means that your child is unable to achieve normalRead more…

Protect Kids from Conjunctivitis this Summer

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Commonly known as pink eye, conjunctivitis is a minor inflammation of the eye that may look severe but is rarely serious. Conjunctivitis can be caused by a bacteria or virus (infectious) or an allergen or irritant (noninfectious). In both cases, the condition affects the tissue covering the eye and the inner eyelid.  Although conjunctivitis isRead more…

Fun Long Car Ride Activities for Kids

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Many parents dread taking road trips with the kids, especially when faced with constant requests to make stops, complaints of boredom, and “are we there yet?” However, long car journeys can easily be fun experiences. Simply by planning some activities to keep the kids entertained, you can ensure that time flies past. Fun Car RideRead more…

Knowing Family History to Prevent Eye Issues in Kids

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Many eye diseases are difficult to detect in their early stages, as they present no visible symptoms. However, early diagnosis can mean more effective treatment, which can even be the difference between saving or losing your vision. How Are Family History and Eye Health Related? Some serious eye conditions run in the family; for instance,Read more…

Recommended SPF & Sunscreen Advice for Parents of Babies

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Parents know that the sun can be damaging to their babies’ skin and eyes, and they try to keep infants out of direct sunlight whenever possible. However, as kids learn to crawl and walk, they may wander out of the shade, making it necessary to take extra precautions such as using sunscreen. As infants’ delicateRead more…