Prevention

Every day 700 Canadian workers sustain eye injuries on the job. Learn how to be safe.
Before you wax your snowboard and sharpen your skates, you should ensure you’re taking the proper precautions to protect your eyes from tough winter weather. Here are some eye safety tips you should consider this winter:
Just as we drink water to stay hydrated or fill up on fruits and veggies to maintain our health, it’s also important to nurture our eyes with food.
In some provinces, a number of optical stores offer sight tests, or vision tests, which use automated machinery. However, a sight test is not a proper eye exam and is not performed by a trained and licensed professional.
Good vision is about making good choices.
The need for periodic optometric examination has been recognized for many years. Vision and ocular health conditions are not always accompanied by recognizable symptoms.
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Many of us spend a good deal of our time staring at screens from laptops, computers, smartphones, gaming systems and television. This can put a lot of strain on our eyes and cause eye fatigue. When using your screens give your eyes a break.
Your eyes, like the rest of your body, benefit when you eat well. There are some foods that are particularly good for your eyes and offer nutrients and vitamins your eyes need to stay healthy.

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