Electronic Screens and Your Vision

We spend a lot of time staring at screens; between our computers, phones, and tablets, there’s hardly a moment that goes by when we’re not looking at a screen. According to a Nielsen study, the average adult in the United States spends over 10 hours per day looking at...

Blue Light and Your Eyes

  In nature, there’s not a lot you can consume that’s blue. There’s blue skies, blue seas, and bluebirds; I suppose you could eat the latter, but it sure isn’t common. Blueberries are delicious, but they’re not really blue, are they? More of a purple. While we...

Halloween Safety and Contact Lenses

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – if you’re into creepy crawlies and things that go bump in the night, that is! Halloween is upon us, and with it comes candy, parties, and incredible, mind-boggling costumes. The dedication, craftsmanship and creativity...

October is Children’s Vision Month

October is an exciting month! Between Thanksgiving and Halloween, there’s a lot of opportunities to gather the family together, enjoy some quality time, and enjoy the fruits of the summer’s labour. It’s also a particularly important month in the optometry world;...