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Most people look forward to resting their eyes and having a deep sleep for the night. However, it isn’t always as effortless as closing your eyes and counting sheep! Getting a well-rested sleep each night is no longer very common in our bustling, digital world. Unfortunately, lack of sleep or excessive sleep are having a […]

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Lazy eye, also known as amblyopia, occurs when there is a communication problem between the brain and the eyes.  The condition can affect both children and adults. It usually develops during infancy and normally only affects one eye, but if it is not treated on time, can eventually lead to vision loss.  There are three […]

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Have your eyes recently become fuzzy? Some people jump to the conclusion that blurred vision simply means it’s time to get a pair of glasses. Although that can be the case sometimes, blurred vision can also be caused by other, more severe conditions. Always visit an eye doctor when you notice an issue. In the […]

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Macular degeneration is one of the leading causes of vision loss amongst aging populations. This condition, which is caused by the deterioration of the macula, makes it so that fine details become difficult to see. There are two kinds of macular degeneration, wet and dry; most cases of macular degeneration start with dry and then […]

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Polarized lenses are lenses that help reduce glare due to the coating of a special chemical film. They are typically used by people who spend a lot of time outdoors to help counteract the glare produced when the sun hits a solid surface like a road or the snow on a ski hill. Fishermen also […]

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  Winter is a wonderful time for many Canadians. The ski slopes are finally open, kids are out making snowmen, and nothing beats ice skating on a lake while it’s snowing, finishing the day with a nice cup of hot chocolate to make it the perfect day. There are a few downsides that come with […]

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