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What is Retinoblastoma?

Retinoblastoma This week’s blog on ‘Retinoblastoma’ has been contributed by Dr. Namir Kafil-Hussain, Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist, Specialist in Children’s Eye Diseases, Strabismus (Squint) and Paediatric Cataract Surgery Retinoblastoma is an eye cancer that occurs most commonly in childhood under the age
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DON’T RUN RISK OF DAMAGING YOUR VISION WITH POOR FOOD CHOICES, DOCTORS AT MOORFIELDS EYE HOSPITAL DUBAI WARN

15 July 2019, Dubai – United Arab Emirates: From managing our weight, fighting diseases, to giving us the energy we need to work or study each day, there are many well-known benefits to a healthy and balanced diet. Making the

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MOORFIELDS WARNS PARENTS OF THE RISKS OF KIDS HAVING TOO MUCH SCREEN TIME DURING SUMMER

7 July 2019, Dubai – United Arab Emirates: With an increase in use of digital technology, Digital Eye Strain (DES) has become more common amongst children Up to 20 per cent of children suffer from DES globally DES symptoms include

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MOORFIELDS EYE HOSPITAL EMPHASISES THE IMPORTANCE OF NYSTAGMUS AWARENESS DAY

Dubai, 23 June 2019: Nystagmus is a relatively unheard of, but complex eye condition. With Nystagmus Awareness Day (20 June) just around the corner, there is no better time to learn about the visual impairment, which causes involuntary eye movements,

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Importance of Sunglasses for children

Sunglasses And Children This week’s blog on ‘Importance of Sunglasses for Children’ has been contributed by Dr. Namir Kafil-Hussain, Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist, Specialist in Children’s Eye Diseases, Strabismus (Squint) and Paediatric Cataract Surgery As children are in a dynamic active state of growth,
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Computer Vision Syndrome

This week’s blog on ‘Computer Vision Syndrome’ has been contributed by Dr. Sandra Fiorentini, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Specialist in Cornea, External Eye Diseases and Refractive Surgery Specialist (Vision Correction Surgery) Computer vision syndrome is a combination of both eye and vision
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Are all LASIK procedures the same? Which one is the best?

This week’s blog on Are all LASIK procedures the same? Which one is the best? has been contributed by Dr Osama Giledi, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Specialist in Cataract, Cornea and Refractive Vision Correction Surgery If you have been thinking about laser
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Smoking and the Eyes

This week’s blog on Smoking and the eyes has been contributed by Dr Ammar Safar, Medical Director, Consultant Ophthalmologist and Vitreoretinal Surgeon. Most people are very aware that smoking in all shapes can cause cancer, lung and heart disease, as
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Be cautious when it comes to your contact lenses

This week’s blog on Being cautious when it comes to contact lenses has been contributed by Dr. Sandra Fiorentini, Specialist Ophthalmologist in Cornea, External Eye Diseases and Refractive Surgery (Vision Correction Surgery). If you are considering independence from wearing prescription
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Blue light has a dark side

This week’s blog on Blue light has a dark side has been contributed by Dr Osama Giledi, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Specialist in Cataract, Cornea and Refractive Vision Correction Surgery Blue light has a dark side What is blue light? The effect
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