Eye care

It is widely known that smoking affects the health of our bodies. In particular, smoking increases your chances of developing many forms of cancer, with lung cancer being the most notable. If smoking causes severe health issues, does it affect eye health as well? The short...

As we head into the summer season, you may be excited to work on your yard or garden. However, it is important to keep your eye safety in mind as you complete your tasks. While it may seem like a very simple task, gardening can...

Do you regularly wear contact lenses in your daily life? If so, you might think it is normal to wear your contact lenses while swimming. However, although it might seem convenient to wear your contact lenses in the pool, there are many risks that come...

The spring season is the perfect time to renew your active lifestyle; warmer weather and longer days make it easier to spend time outdoors, increasing activity levels. Living an active lifestyle can help improve your overall health… but did you know that it can also...

During the day, your eyes process all sorts of visual imagery! But while people spend a significant amount of time awake, most individuals also sleep around 2920 hours per year. So, you might be wondering, what do your eyes do when you sleep? If you...

Wearing makeup is a great way to enhance your natural features, and many people apply eye makeup to make their eyes pop! While makeup use varies by individual—some wear it daily, some only on special occasions—one thing remains constant: to keep your eyes healthy, it...

Have you ever heard random facts about your eyes that made you question their health? Have you been told by family and friends that certain things will hurt or benefit your eyes…but their advice just doesn’t make sense? What you are hearing may in fact...

As the popularity of work from home continues, many of us have not fully considered the toll it has taken on our eyesight as we spend more time than ever using screens and devices. The eye is a delicate organ that often gets left behind...

Winter in Canada means the arrival of frigid temperatures and extreme weather. It’s also a season that brings with it an increased susceptibility to dry eyes. Dry eyes can cause irritation to varying degrees, including redness, itchiness, light sensitivity, and blurry vision, among other symptoms....

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