Did you know that a whopping 90% of the information you receive while driving comes from visual inputs? Most people have the misconception that as long as they can see clearly, they are good to drive. It is estimated that 1 in 14 drivers have a vision defect that may affect his or her driving.
In August 2016, Focal Eye Centre was part of a multidisciplinary team from Singapore consisting of medical professionals, allied health specialists and non-medical volunteers who were invited to conduct a medical screening camp for Thiksey Monastery in Ladakh, India.
How should parents protect their children's eyes against the sun's harmful rays? How do i pick the right pair of sunglasses for my child?
Dr Zena shares how you can help protect your child's eyes from sun's harmful rays in an interview with www.mummyfique.com
Ever heard of infantile esotropia? Dr Zena talks about infantile esotropia on theAsianparent.com
Infantile esotropia, also known as congenital esotropia, is when one or both of a child's eyes turn inwards. This condition is diagnosed between birth and the first year of an infant's life.
You may have read news reports about a baby who reportedly suffered from blindness in one eye and partial blindness in the other, after a camera flash went off in close proximity to his eyes.
Read how Dr Zena debunks the myth that an occasional camera flash/bright light can damage a baby's eyes or eyesight on theAsianparent.com