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  • What causes dry eyes?

    What causes dry eyes?

    There are many potential causes of dry eyes: Computer use – When working at a computer or using a smartphone or other portable digital device, we tend to blink our eyes less fully and less frequently. This leads to greater tear evaporation and increased risk of ...
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  • How Cataract develops and how to correct it?

    How Cataract develops and how to correct it?

    Quite many people around world have cataracts, which causes cloudy, blurry or dim vision and often develops with advancing age. As everyone grows older, the lenses of their eyes thicken and become cloudier. Eventually, they may find it more difficult to read str...
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  • Polarized lens

    Polarized lens

    What is Glare? When light bounces off of a surface, its waves tend to be strongest in a particular direction — usually horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. This is called polarization. Sunlight bouncing off a surface like water, snow and glass, will usually ...
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  • Can electronics cause myopia? How to protect children’s eyesight during online classes?

    Can electronics cause myopia? How to protect children’s eyesight during online classes?

    To answer this question, we need to figure out the inducements of myopia. At present, the academic community acknowledged that the cause of myopia may be genetic and acquired environment. Under normal circumstances, the chilren's eyes ...
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  • How much you know about Photochromic lens?

    How much you know about Photochromic lens?

    Photochromic lens, is a light-sensitive eyeglass lens that automatically darkens in sunlight and clears in reduced light. If you’re considering photochromic lenses, especially for preparation of summer season, here are several...
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  • Eyewear becomes ever more digitalization

    The process of industrial transformation is nowadays moving towards digitalization. The pandemic has speeded up this trend, literally spring boarding us into the future in a way no-one could have expected. The race towards digitalization in the eyewear industry ...
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  • Challenges for international shipments in March 2022

    In recent month, all the companies specializing in the international business are deeply troubled by the shipments, caused by the lockdown in Shanghai and also the Russia/Ukraine War. 1. Shanghai Pudong’s lockdown In order to solve the Covid faster and more eff...
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  • CATARACT : Vision Killer for the Seniors

    CATARACT : Vision Killer for the Seniors

    ● What is cataract? The eye is like a camera that the lens acts as a camera lens in the eye. When young, the lens is transparent, elastic and zoomable. As a result, distant and near objects can be seen clearly. With age, when various reasons cause the lens perme...
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  • What are Different Types of Glasses Prescriptions?

    What are Different Types of Glasses Prescriptions?

    There are 4 main categories of vision correction—emmetropia, myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. Emmetropia is perfect vision. The eye is already perfectly refracting light onto the retina and does not require glasses correction. Myopia is more commonly known as...
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  • ECPs’ Interest in Medical Eyecare and Differentiation Drives Era of Specialization

    ECPs’ Interest in Medical Eyecare and Differentiation Drives Era of Specialization

    Not everyone wants to be a jack-of-all-trades. Indeed, in today’s marketing and health care environment it is often seen as an advantage to wear the hat of the specialist. This, perhaps, is one of the factors that is driving ECPs to an age of specialization. Si...
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  • Chinese New Year Holiday Notice

    Chinese New Year Holiday Notice

    How time flies! Year 2021 is coming to an end and 2022 is approaching. At this turn of the year, we now extend our best wishes and New Year Greetings to all readers of Universeoptical.com across the world. In the past years, Universe Optical has made great achie...
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  • Essential Factor against Myopia: Hyperopia Reserve

    Essential Factor against Myopia: Hyperopia Reserve

    What is Hyperopia Reserve? It refers to that the optic axis of new born babies and preschool children do not reach the level of adults, so that the scene seen by them appears behind the retina, forming physiological hyperopia. This part of the positive diopter i...
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