Keep your Child's Vision healthy

Eyes are delicate organ of the human body that require a lot of our attention. Every dream begins with your vision. Vision problems are very common in school going kids. Unfortunately, a lot of these vision problems are detected later. It’s important to get your kid's eyes examined regularly. Be sure to have a yearly medical and eye check-up for your child. Here are a few symptoms which if you notice in your child makes it mandatory to see an eye specialist.

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Eye Trauma in a 8 yr old treated successfully at AEHI eye hospital in Navi Mumbai

Friendship is a bond which ties two souls together. Friendship Day is celebrated across the world to rejoice the wonderful relationship that we all share at some point of time in life called FRIENDS. A day dedicated to the bond of friendship and companionship.

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Eye Diseases In Children

Vision problems are very common in school going kids but often not paid attention to unless problems arise.

The common eye diseases that affect children or cause loss of vision are Cataract, Trachoma, Retinopathy of prematurity, Night Blindness, Amblyopia, Astigmatism, Cortical Visual Impairment, Glaucoma, and Paediatric Ptosis, Nystagmus, Hyperopia (Farsightedness), Myopia (Near-sightedness) etc.

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Squint A feeling of Awkwardness

A myth that “A squint is the symbol of good luck” goes on running in the mind of everyone. Same was in the case of Mr. Gaurav Sinha 30 year’s young male a civil engineer by profession and a resident of a small village in Solapur. He had a deviation of his eyes since birth. He grew up with his deviated eyes, by feeling that they will get normal as days passes. In villages generally, no one cares for a squint (A condition in which both eyes does not look together in the same direction) as they consider it to be good luck.

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AEHI unearths the Silent Epidemic in children-Myopia.

Myopia also known as short sightedness is the new silent pandemic. The prevalence of Myopia is increasing drastically over past few decades. According to Brien Holden Vision Institute, Australia; approximately half of the world population would be myopic in the next 35 years to come. Some countries like US have displayed a 40% increase in myopia in children. Unfortunately, India is not far behind and has shown radical increase in myopia in children.

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How to Prepare Your Child for an Eye Test

Bribe. Coercion. Camouflage. Pleading. A parent has to have multiple tricks up their sleeve, when it comes to getting their child ready for a trip to the Doctor’s place. Whether it is getting your kid ready for his vaccination shots or for his first eye check up, parents are often at their wit’s end. So how do you prepare your child for an eye test?

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‘Accidental’ Eye Test Saved my daughter’s sight!

This week we have a guest blogger, a parent, Mrs. Sudha Mane. At Advanced Eye Hospital, we usually ask our patients for a few words as testimonials and feedbacks. We were more than thrilled when Mrs. Mane volunteered with an entire article, sharing her experience with us.

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Back to School

“Oh wow, Mamma Chhotaa Bheem!”

Mrs. Sinha watched her five-year old’s eyes widen with excitement at the Mall. Sushant was about to begin school and the mother-son duo had come to purchase his school supplies. As Sushant went gaga over everything Chhotaa Bheem (a much-loved cartoon character), Mrs. Sinha couldn’t help getting nostalgic about her own childhood. Ah! The excitement of the month of June! The aroma of fresh books. The elation of picking out new raincoats. The excitement of meeting old friends…

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Are you an Impulsive Decision Maker Your Eyes can Reveal the Truth

You’re at the railway station, waiting in a queue to buy a ticket. The other queue seems to be moving faster… Do you jump to the longer but seemingly faster queue or stay put?
You’re stranded with a flat tire. A stranger offers to give you a lift to work. Do you trust him and save yourself from an angry boss or do you rather get late and reach safe?

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