We use this chart for people who cannot read the alphabet and for children.
We all know that feeling at the end of hard night of working late or studying – the moment that our vision crosses over from blurry to seeing double. Our eyes are telling us that it’s time to go to bed. It simply becomes too difficult to keep our eyes open. Well, the last year in Zimbabwe might feel like one giant never ending all-nighter.
With temperatures generally becoming hotter and the summer sun getting brighter, you might want to consider upping your eye care game to meet the challenges of the summer weather. Especially if you’re living in a place nicknamed – The Sunshine City. That basically means sun, sun, sun everywhere all the time, even in Winter!
In Sub-Saharan Africa it is estimated that over 60% of the population has undiagnosed Diabetes. In Zimbabwe, due to the high prevalence of hypertension (elevated blood pressure) which can put people at risk for Diabetes, …