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Myopia shortsightedness control in children and adults

What is short-sightedness? Myopia (near-sightedness or short-sightedness) is a very common and severe eye condition in children and adults. A progressive eye condition, Myopia affects a significant proportion of the population and begins to affect children from around the ages of 8-12. Myopia may worsen between the teenage years with little change occurring from the 20’s … Read more

Can antibiotics cause retinal detachment?

Recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association  earlier this year suggested that some antibiotics may increase the risk of retinal detachment. The antibiotics at issue include ciprofloxacin and norfloxacin that may interact with connective tissue in the eye. According to the study they may increase the risk of retinal detachment by up … Read more