Technology has exposed us to more blue light due to smart phones, tablets, and LED lights. This exposes us to higher wavelength light. Our eyes use three types of cone receptors in our retinas. Some are sensitive to red, some sensitive to green, and others sensitive to blue. Since blue light has a shorter wavelength, intense amounts of this light may be harmful to our eyes.
If you’re a new ostomate, you probably feel your life has drastically changed. At first, getting into a routine seems hard. Thinking about returning to work is scary. Even getting back to the things you love to do seems far off. The first few months is the hardest but you will adjust to life with your new ostomy. And for some of us, it is an improved life!
Gone were the days when arm compression sleeves were only associated with sportspersons and athletes. In today's world, sleeves for arms are appreciated by everyone. Therefore, HPFY offers a wide range of hand sleeves to help them relieve pain and enjoy an active lifestyle.
A cane for walking supports a person's agility, stability, and gait. A walking cane also reduces knee pressure. Folding canes are often used while recovering from surgery or an injury. Find the best walking canes at HPFY
Breast cancer awareness month spreads awareness among people about early detection. Learn about the symptoms, risk factors & prevention of breast cancer at HPFY.