News just in from our client, Pediatric Eye Associates about Eye Problems to Look out for in Summer: Part 2

The end of the summer holidays is here. And even though your little ones didn’t get sick, or injured during the school break, it doesn’t mean that they are not going to show any symptoms soon. Many conditions take time to develop, with symptoms being easily missable, such as light sensitivity, or redness. However, it’s nothing to worry about – our expert pediatric eye doctor has your back!

In our last article we warned parents to look out for dry eyeness and infection from lenses and water, whilst explaining what activities can cause these two conditions. In this article our ophthalmologist will discuss the other two categories of conditions commonly developed by children on during the summer break. Namely, infectious conjunctivitis and conditions caused by excessive UV exposure.

Click the link below to find out more:

Eye Problems to Look out for in Summer: Part 2


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