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Teaching Kids Good Eye Habits

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Teaching our children how important it is to take care of their eyes should be just as important as teaching them their ABCs. Out of all the other sense, hearing, touch, smell and taste, vision is the one that usually has the greatest impact on their development. Here’s how to teach your child to adopt a lifetime of good eye habits.

  • We know about protecting our own eyes from the sun, but many of us forget to consider the effects of sun exposure on our children’s eyes. Encourage your child to wear sunglasses whenever she is outside. Long-term exposure to the sun’s UV rays increases your child’s risk of developing two serious conditions down the road: cataracts and AMD. Buy sunglasses that offer 100 per cent UV A and B protection, and avoid buying toy sunglasses. And have your child use a hat with a wide brim to block sunlight from overhead.
  • If you child is into sports such as baseball or badminton, get her to wear protective goggles so she doesn’t risk a dangerous eye injury. Goggles are also recommended for swimming to avoid stinging eyes or eye infections.
  • Avoid buying toys with sharp points or edges and steer clear of toys with arrows, bullets and missiles. Projectile toys can cause damage if they hit the eye, no matter how soft they are.
  • Teach your child to walk, not run, when holding objects such as pencils, pens, straws or umbrellas.

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