Skip to main content Start main content

Our eyes are our most important means of communication and our body’s most highly developed sensory organs. They are our contact to the environment. Take good care of them!

How much do you know diabetic retinopathy?

Are you aware that diabetes is one of the ten causes of blindness in the world? Diabetes can damage retinal vessels, affecting the absorption of nutrients by the retina. Early diabetic retinopathy will not cause obvious blurring or pain to the eyes so many people tend to ignore. Read through this article and learn more about diabetic retinopathy.

Do you have to say “goodbye” to your contact lenses when you have reading problem?

As we get older, our eyes conditions change, and we may need to adjust our habits and reading patterns. Read here for more information and solutions on how we can cope with presbyopia.

Glaucoma – A silent thief of sight that should not be overlooked

Take the advice from the PolyU School of Optometry and perform regular eye check on vision, eye pressure, retinal health, and visual field assessment. It is important to keep our eyes healthy and prevent vision problems such as glaucoma.

Can cataract be prevented?

Is it possible to slow down the progression of cataract? Yes. We can take a few preventive measures as long as we know more about the factors that may accelerate the progression of cataract. Read and follow the advice given here.

Learning Related Vision Problems

While learning occurs through a number of complex and interrelated processes, vision plays a significant role. Vision problems may negatively impact learning, reading, and even social interaction. Read here for more information and examples of their related symptoms, and how they can be detected through a visual perception assessment.

Don’t delay treatment for “lazy eye”

A lazy eye does not usually cause symptoms, and people are often unaware that there’s anything wrong with their vision. Get tips from the PolyU School of Optometry on common causes of a lazy eye, diagnosing a lazy eye, and when should we get medical advice on it.

Selecting Artificial Tears Correctly

Numerous brands and types of artificial tears are available on the market, and we may be completely overwhelmed by the many eye drop choices. How can we pick the one that works best for us? This article will offer us some quick tips to clear our doubts.

How to control the progression of myopia?

Is there a cure to myopia – or at least something that can be done to slow its progression? For years, eye care practitioners, experts, and researchers have been wondering the same thing and are finding ways to control or slow its progression during childhood and among teenagers. Read here to learn about them.

Dry Eye Management Service

Read the suggestions from the PolyU School of Optometry and take a dry eye symptoms self-check if you are puzzled with possible signs of dry eye problems. Learn more about the different classification of dry eye disease and ways to handle them.

Common Children Visual Problems

Visual problems may affect children’s development in academic, social, and athletic areas. Know more about some common children visual problems such as refractive errors, strabismus, and amblyopia here.

Complications in High Myopia

High myopia (short-sightedness) affect the eyes and may result in some vision-threatening complications. Get a quick understanding of what they are and arrange a regular eye exam by the optometrists.

Is Computer Use Harmful to Eyes?

We are leading a life surrounded by lots of electronic devices, and the use of computers and mobile phones is already an indispensable part. Follow the advice offered by the School of Optometry and track early symptoms threatening your eyes.

Your browser is not the latest version. If you continue to browse our website, Some pages may not function properly.

You are recommended to upgrade to a newer version or switch to a different browser. A list of the web browsers that we support can be found here