Sunday, October 25, 2020

Light Sensitivity

Light sensitivity (also known as the medical term “photophobia”) is something that many people experience, and for some of those people it can be...

Protecting Your Eyes From Injury

Eye injuries are the most common causes of blindness – but also the most preventable. As a matter of fact, as many as 90%...

Common Causes of Eye Injuries

Given how sensitive the eyes are, it’s very common for them to become irritated at times, and even possible for you to develop an...

Common Causes of Vision Loss

We often take certain aspects of our health for granted, including our vision, when it’s one of the most important things in your life....

Preservative Versus Preservative-Free Eye Drops

Dry eye disease is one of the most common eye-related ailments and, according to one study conducted by researchers on Ontario, is thought to...

Finding Relief from Dry Eyes

If it constantly feels like something is in your eye, or if your eyes sting or burn, are red, sensitive to light, feel tired,...

Glaucoma Awareness Month

More than 400,000 Canadians and 60 million individuals worldwide are affected by Glaucoma today - a progressive condition and one of the leading causes...

Diabetic Retinopathy

As we get older, our risk of developing certain eye conditions such as cataracts, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration increases. To catch these conditions...

Treating Dry Eye

If you suffer from dry eye disease, then you know how annoying it can be. Along with dryness, other symptoms that you can experience...

Taking Care of Your Eyesight

As part of the Canadian Association of Optometrists EyeWise campaign, awareness is being raised about the importance of vision health and what you can...