By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, July 5: Most of the mediapersons based in Guwahati are facing different eye problems like redness, dryness and regular watering, which came to light in a daylong check-up camp held at Guwahati Press Club today.
Organized by the ASG Eye Care the free eye check-up camp was attended by over 70 mediapersons, along with their close relatives. Staff from ASG Eye Care, a unit of ASG Hospitals Pvt Ltd, Madhusudan Banerjee, Jyotishman Borah, Mohit Sharma conducted the camp.
During the camp, it was found that the jourlists who work outdoor regularly face the problem of allergic eyes. They mostly face redness and watering of eyes. On the other hand, the indoor mediapersons working in computers for longer period face the problem of redness and even dryness.
The experts advised the participants who work outdoor to use ultra-violate protective sunglass compulsorily and the indoor workers to use the anti-reflection coated glassed to get rid of hazardous computer radiation.
It may be mentioned that ASG Eye Hospitals is a chain of super-specialty eye hospitals serving in 15 cities of the country. It was started by eye experts from New Delhi-based AIIMS and has its expansion in northern and eastern India.