Winter Health Tips for Eye Protection

Winter is a wonderful season for family merriment and activities. No matter how you choose to enjoy the snow, it's important to make sure your eye...

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The SAD Truth about Northern Canadian Living: Measures to Decrease Risk of Seasonal Affective Disorder

For most of Canada, we still have a ways to go before the snow melts and the flowers begin to poke through the ground. During winter, symptoms of seas...

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Enjoying the Season: Our 2020 Winter Event List and Cold Weather Eye Care

Winter is here, and with it comes a variety of festivals and events across the province. You may be spending more time outdoors with family or friends...

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Spotlight on Glaucoma: Causes, Treatment, and How It Can Affect You

Glaucoma is a silent but hard hitting disease. With more than 400,000 Canadians and 67 million people worldwide affected, glaucoma is an incurable ail...

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Sleep Changes, Outdoor Activities & Driving at Night: Tips for Eyecare & Seasonal Change

As we transition into winter, there are factors to consider to ensure your vision isn’t negatively affected by changes in your routine or change...

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Arm Yourself Against Winter-Induced Dry Eye

Depending on where you live, late autumn tends to be a dry season, with humidity levels dropping along with the temperature. For many, this isn’...

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FYidoctors | Visique Enhancing Life Foundation: Raising Funds to Support Communities Across Canada

FYidoctors and Visique have re-envisioned our philanthropic efforts to expand the scope of our fundraising initiatives. In 2019, the FYidoctors | Visi...

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Top 10 Warning Signs of Vision Problems in Kids

According to the Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO), over 25% of school aged children have vision problems. Unfortunately, many of the warning...

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Alzheimer’s Disease & Eye Movements: Research Looks at Eye Tracking as a Predictor of Early Dementia

Affording patients with valuable additional time to address and possibly treat symptoms related to their illness is of the essence during diagnosis. C...

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A Comprehensive Eye Exam in 5 Steps

Eye doctors who have your vision health in mind don’t push style over substance, they believe in giving every patient a thorough exam before con...

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Canadian Road Trips: Preparation, Safety and Entertainment

On the road, drivers need to be alert, and vision can play a big part in this. Your visual acuity allows you to identify objects in your field of v...

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Protecting Your Eyes for Athletics

Keeping active is one of the most important facets of living a long, healthy life. While regular physical activity can help you look and feel better,...

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Fireworks: How to Keep Your Eyes Safe

Admiring a fireworks display, or setting off fireworks of your own, is a delightful and traditional way to celebrate special occasions. However, it...

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How to Stay Alert and Amused on Your Road Trip

On the road, drivers need to be alert, and vision can play a big part in this. Your visual acuity allows you to identify objects in your field of view...

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Are Contact Lenses Right for Your Child?

The technology behind contact lenses has come a long way over the years. Which is why it's no surprise that many children are now making the switc...

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