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Making New Year’s resolutions is a yearly tradition, a perfect time to inculcate new habits or to start something new!
Dry January, where people voluntarily avoid consuming alcohol for the entire month, has evolved into a global movement that promotes overall health. While the benefits of this tradition are widely acknowledged, the influence of alcohol on eye health often goes overlooked. We'll uncover the link between alcohol consumption and eye health, understanding both short-term and long-term effects. Find out how participating in Dry January can contribute to maintaining healthy eyes.
Christmas is indeed the merriest time of the year, bringing all the nice things together; festive food, decorations, hot chocolates and of course presents! And what better way to amplify that festive spirit than by indulging in some heartwarming Christmas movies? Remember, ‘Tis the season to be jolly, not squinty ! As you cosy up with your favourite Christmas movies, it's crucial to ensure your eyes stay as merry as the festivities. Here are some tips to keep those peepers twinkling while you binge-watch your holiday favourites:
Christmas is just around the corner, and with it brings excitement for the memories to be made. As families gather around the Christmas tree this year, some of our elder relatives may be experiencing the festivities through a difficult lens.