Eye Health
How Often Should You Have an Eye Exam? Canada
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When Should You See an Ophthalmologist? It is important to treat our eyes with care throughout our lives.  Ignoring changes in vision or skipping eye examinations
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Why Doctors Look in Your Eyes with a Light
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What to Expect During Your Eye Exam It depends in part on your age and also on your eyes and family. If you’re younger than 40 and have no eye problems
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The foods to eat for healthy eyes
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5 Top Foods for Eye Health ColorBlind Images/Blend Images/Thinkstock Do your eyes have all the nutrients they need to help prevent cataracts, macular degeneration
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Is laser eye surgery right for you?
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Are you a Candidate for LASIK? 5 Guidelines You Should Know If you need glasses or contacts to see well, it is ly you have imagined what life would be
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Can you get a sunburn on your eyes?
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Eye Protection – The Skin Cancer Foundation No matter your age, the time of year or location, focus on safety by protecting your eyes from the sun every
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Do Computer Glasses Really Protect My Eyesight?
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Do You Need Computer Glasses? If your eyes feel irritated and dry after a long workday in front of the computer, a pair of computer glasses might help.
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How To Fix Really Irritated Dry Eyes, Naturally
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Home Remedies for Dry Eyes If your eyes sting and burn, look red, or feel gritty — as if some sand is stuck in them — you may have dry eye.
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Eating More Eggs Could Keep Your Eyes Healthy
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Eating for Eye Health September 2009 Issue Eating for Eye HealthBy Lindsey GetzToday’s DietitianVol. 11 No. 9 P. 12            You ly give your clients
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Are you at risk for retinal detachment?
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Retinal Detachment: Are You at Risk? We explored the critical role the retina plays in maintaining healthy vision in our previous blog post and offered
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Computer Vision Syndrome: The Eye Issue to Be Aware of
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Electronic screen alert: Avoid this vision risk Image: © jacoblund/Thinkstock There are many reasons to restrict the amount of time you spend in front