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The summer heat is here, and you likely are enjoying soaking in the sun. However, if you are out in the sun, it is important that you keep your eyes protected. Whether you are being active outdoors, heading on vacation, or simply relaxing in the...

In order to keep your eyes healthy, it is important that you maintain a healthy diet rich in vitamins and nutrients. Your eyes are complex organs with many parts and need a variety of nutrients to function properly. Many conditions, such as diabetic retinopathy, age-related...

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...

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....

While the winter season means colder weather and shorter days, the season also brings with it the fun of winter sports and activities. Snowy weather means days spent making snowmen, tobogganing, or hitting the slopes, and it is important that fun does not get in...

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