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More of us are experiencing short-sightedness or myopia, so to what extent are our modern lifestyles and hours spent staring at screens to blame?
National Eye Health Week is an opportunity for all of us to improve the nation's vision, especially as the population ages
‘Investing money and resources in the nation’s eye care will bring about huge returns’
Our ageing population is driving a rise in age-related macular degeneration, and there is a race against time to find new treatments
Almost every high street has an optician, so why are so many people still not getting the eyecare they need?
'Children’s faces have different proportions to adult faces, but the specs all too often are simply scaled-down versions of adult designs'
The UK's eye clinics are bulging with the strain of dealing with an ageing population and the rising tide of obesity
Many medical myths are often described as old wives' tales. But technological advances in the last 70 years have resulted in a myriad of "new wives' tales" - especially in the field of sight
For those suffering from sight loss, advice and support is at hand to improve quality of life
From artificial intelligence to augmented reality, new technologies are revolutionising eyecare and transforming the lives of those suffering with sight loss
Faced with a rising global water shortage, cities can no longer pour away precious resources and must recycle wastewater
An ever-widening gap between the pay of chief executives and ordinary workers may be damaging productivity as well as morale among employees
Investment in improved supply chain management and precision farming techniques hold the key to banishing famine and malnutrition
Times are changing. Extreme global weather is the face of the climate challenge, our world is on the move and we’re more connected than ever before
Many peoples in our collective past have recognised that it is essential to our success as a species that we possess a pertinent awareness of the many ways in which we depended on the health of the natural world and its complex, interconnected ecosystems
Business is increasingly being rethought so it operates sustainably for people and the planet, as well as for profit
As well as major challenges, growing urbanisation presents big opportunities to build better, sustainable cities for the future, according to the World Economic Forum
Restorative business models, which aim to put back more into the environment, economy and society than they take out, are hard to achieve, but more organisations are trying
Technology is helping to address deep social issues worldwide, benefiting some of the most vulnerable in society