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5 native Australian foods that are good for your eyes

By Latika Mani | Posted 05/02/20
Australia’s flora and fauna is diverse with 80 percent of it being unique to our country. Read on to discover five native Australian foods that are great for your eye health, nutrient-rich and distinctive in flavour, making them a must-try.

What to do with your old eyeglasses

By Matthew Perkins | Posted 28/01/20
What do you do with your old pair of glasses if they break or become out-of-date? Here’s 5 things that will give your spectacles a new lease on life and even help someone along the way, from recycling to rehoming.

10 Australian of the Year recipients who will inspire you

By Latika Mani | Posted 21/01/20
The Australian of the Year award recognises inspirational Australians each year for their incredible contribution to society. Read on to discover 10 Australian of the Year Award recipients from all walks of life who will inspire you to pursue your passion.

5 things you can do to help 'Close the Gap'

By Matthew Perkins | Posted 10/01/20
‘Close the Gap’ is a phrase you may have heard in discussions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and equality. But do you know how you can help to Close the Gap?

Myopia (short sightedness): Causes, symptoms, and treatment

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 10/01/20
Myopia is another word for short-sightedness or near-sightedness, which is a type of uncorrected refractive error and is a common cause of vision impairment. Read on to discover more about its causes, symptoms and treatments.

5 things every parent needs to know about myopia

By Richard Le Mesurier & Latika Mani | Posted 10/01/20
Myopia is commonly known as short-sightedness or near-sightedness, and usually develops during childhood between the ages of 6 and 17. Read on to discover more.

New Operating Theatre for Bangladesh

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 08/01/20
This month the Fred Hollows Eye Operation Theatre will open at our partner hospital Baitush Sharaf Eye Hospital. The new theatre will mean local doctors can increase the number of cataract surgeries, restoring sight to more people.

Here's why fundraising for a charity feels so good

By Latika Mani | Posted 07/01/20
Performing a random act of kindness gives us a warm, glowing feeling that can last the entire day. And when we perform an act of charity that feel-good factor is heightened even further. Read on to discover why fundraising for a charity is the ultimate mood booster.

New Operating Theatre for Bangladesh

By The Fred Hollows Foundation | Posted 07/01/20
This month the Fred Hollows Eye Operation Theatre will open at our partner hospital Baitush Sharaf Eye Hospital. The new theatre will mean local doctors can increase the number of cataract surgeries, restoring sight to more people.

9 inspirational quotes by Fred Hollows and other humanitarians

By Latika Mani | Posted 19/12/19
Have you ever wondered why inspirational quotes are so inspirational? Read on for 9 of our favourite inspirational quotes by Fred Hollows and other humanitarians.
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