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New U.S. research has found that blue light from digital devices such as smartphones and tablets can trigger a process in the retina of the eye which kill cells, and might increase the risk of…
You need at least a shot glass worth of sunscreen to properly cover up.
Gazing at tiny screens 24/7 wreaks havoc on our vision, posture, soft tissues and sleep
After a lifetime of hard work, you deserve to live an active and healthy lifestyle without the fear of vision loss holding you back. I’ve worked as an ophthalmologist for 30 years in Toronto and have…
It's pretty much a given these days that electronic screens--televisions, tablets, smartphones, computers and video games--are having an adverse effect on how people view the world. According to…
From protecting your child's personal information online to limiting screen time and blocking out dangerous content—these tech tools are a huge help for the modern family. Here's a round-up of some…
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Brian McKeever has become the most decorated winter Paralympian in Canadian history. The 38-year-old visually impaired cross-country skier won the 20-kilometre event Monday in Pyeongchang, for his…
Optometrists and opthalmologists are warning parents that too much screen time could do damage to kids’ eyesight.
Larry Hester was able to see for the first time in 33 years thanks to a "bionic eye" implanted by Duke Medicine.
St. Louis blind man receives the Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System and sees for the first time in 25 years.
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