Colour vision deficiencies, or CVD, affect the physical makeup of the eye, decreasing an individual’s ability to distinguish between colours.
Do your eyes end up feeling dry and tired at the end of the day? For some, this fatigued feeling comes even during the afternoon. The causes of eye fatigue can vary.
We’ve all heard (perhaps even from our parents) that reading in dim light will damage our eyesight. Telling children this may be an effective way for parents to get their children to do what they should.
At work, at school, and during our leisure time, the use of computers has become a staple of regular life in Canada. Many jobs require people to look at a computer screen all day
We live in the age of computer screens, there's no getting around it. There's almost no escaping the daily need to use a device at some point throughout the day.
What would you do without your eyes? It’s probably hard to imagine. Although it’s been said that “eyes are the window to your soul,” the opposite is true.
Lattice degeneration is a relatively common condition affecting about 10% of the Canadian population. Don’t be surprised if you’ve never heard of it.
Myopia (near sightedness) affects one-third of the world’s population. The prevalence of myopia is an increase too fast to reflect only genetic changes.
Many occupations require that employees are able to see with 100% clarity in order to complete daily tasks correctly and safely.
A person’s cornea, the outer structure of the eye, is extremely vital to vision. In fact, the cornea accounts for nearly two-thirds of the eye’s total optical power.