Trent McHugh the CEO of the Lifehub Group, explores the challenges clinicians encounter in the digital age, the advantages of incorporating technology into therapy, introduce Lifehub’s innovative digital solutions for clinicians, and discuss the future of digital healthcare.
Kylie-Jane Shannon, owner of Jungle Kids Indoor Play Centre, and proud mother, discusses and expands on the importance of promoting physical fitness for children at play centres.
Dean Kesarlal, is the founder of Safe Soda and internationally recognised educator and is an expert in bicarb. Dean believes that the first step towards a better and healthier life begins with getting the body back to its natural alkaline state.
Gary Rodney, the Founder of Smart Vision Optometry and a leading Smart Vision Optometrist at Eyes InDesign Mosman, provides insight of contributing factors that worsen the condition of glaucoma in people of all ages.
Dean Kesarlal, the founder of Safe Soda and an iconic Australian healthy lifestyle educator, explains how sodium bicarbonates acts as a neutralising agent for the digestive system and has many beneficial purposes.
Dean Kesarlal, the founder of Safe Soda and an iconic Australian healthy lifestyle educator, explains why one should check saliva for body pH and alkalinity instead of urine.
Australian healthy lifestyle educator, explains an effective way to test body pH and alkalinity using saliva.
Dean Kesarlal, the founder of Safe Soda and an iconic Australian health educator, explains how bicarb is a natural remedy for many chronic acid based diseases.
Diabetic Disease Awareness Month aims to increase the awareness of diabetes, and diabetic eye disease.
Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in adults, therefore it is important to seek treatment for vision impairment that are related to diabetes.
Lifestyle is a major factor thought to influence susceptibility to many diseases including the eye. Lifestyle disease or disorder can be a result of the consequence of one’s health choices. Unhealthy lifestyle choices such as alcohol consumption, smoking, fat and sugar rich diet, lack of physical activity, poor sleep patterns and chronic eye strain are associated with the risk of developing eye diseases.
Chronic conditions can cause eye symptoms, such as dry eye, damaged blood vessels and blindness. Many eye problems are preventable and treatable.
Jacqueline Gattengo, a Smart Vision Optometrist at Eyes InDesign Bondi, explains common illnesses that cause many eye problems.
Diabetic eye disease, such as Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) and Diabetic Macular Edema (DME), is an eye condition that causes vision impairment and blindness in people with diabetes. A person with diabetes is at a higher risk of developing eye disease.
Glaucoma is a name given to a group of eye diseases where vision loss is due to the damage of the optic nerve. This can be linked to the build-up of intraocular pressure in the eye. The increased pressure in the eye damages the optic nerve and can gradually worsen.
Myopia (nearsightedness) is a condition in which close objects are visibly clear, while distanced objects are blurred. This is understood as a refractive disorder that occurs as the eyeball elongates (gets longer). Myopia can cause exponentially more serious complications if the refractive error is severe
Vision impairment or loss can affect people of all ages, but it can be detected at an early age. Reduced eyesight can have minor or long-lasting effects on all aspects of life including personal daily activities and participation in school and work.
Jacqueline Gattegno, a Smart Vision Optometrist at Eyes InDesign Bondi, provides insight in identifying signs of vision problems in children.
Gary Rodney, the Founder of Smart Vision Optometry and a leading Smart Vision Optometrist at Eyes InDesign Mosman, discusses an alternative non-invasive surgery to correct and improve vision.
Dean Kesarlal, the founder of Safe Soda and an iconic Australian healthy lifestyle educator, explains that “pure and natural sodium bicarbonates alkalises the body and provides many health benefits.
Myopia is the most common eye disorder in the world, and the biggest cause of visual impairment, especially in children, according to Australian behavioural optometrist Jacqueline Gattegno
Most stereotypes are based on prejudice, but occasionally, one pops up that’s based on fact – even if only remotely. “Smart kids wear glasses” could be among them, at least up to a point. Australian behavioural optometrist Jacqueline Gattegno sheds light on what is known regarding the intriguing link between myopia and IQ.
One part of the brain conjures up an image based on the data it receives from the eyes. Other parts of the brain interpret it. The gift of sight involves much more than just the eyes.