The journey through menopause is a significant phase in a woman's life, marked by a range of physical and emotional changes. While many are familiar with the common symptoms like hot flushes, mood swings and night sweats, one aspect often overlooked is how menopause can affect your vision.
Vision really does matter. Sight is the sense people fear losing the most, yet many of us don’t know how to look after our eyes - National Eye Health Week aims to change all that!
In a world where education and access to basic necessities are not guaranteed for everyone, organisations like SeeKenya strive to make a positive difference. SeeKenya is a renowned charity committed to improving the lives of underprivileged communities in Kenya through education and vision care initiatives.
In the UK alone... Over 450,000 people are deafblind Being deafblind means a person has both sight loss and hearing loss to a degree that it affects their everyday life. Though being deafblind does not necessarily mean a person is completely deaf and/or completely blind. In fact, the majority of people who are deafblind do have some hearing and some sight.
At the beginning of June we held our Barracloughs summer staff party, and what a fantastic afternoon and evening it was! To top it all off, the weather was absolutely beautiful!
Many people are unaware that routine sight exams can detect early signs of eye disease. An eye exam can also help identify many other health conditions including high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes and increased risk of stroke.
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