Archive:  2016

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Based on the results, the researchers recommend that children spend more time outdoors because of the potential benefits to their eyesight. In order to maximize the benefit of outdoor play, we should further increase the outdoor time.
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04
Nov
2016
Sports Eye Safety
November 4th, 2016 | in Tips for Healthy Eyes |    0comments
Do you love to play hockey, squash, baseball or golf? If you play any sport that involves balls, pucks, racquets, sticks or bats, the risk of serious eye injury is very real.
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Oct
2016
Are you Addicted to Eye Drops?
October 5th, 2016 | in Tips for Healthy Eyes |    0comments
Are you Addicted to Eye Drops?
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04
Aug
2016
How to Prepare for LASIK Surgery
August 4th, 2016 | in Lasik |    0comments
During your initial consultation, Dr. Joseph King or Dr. Gabriel Chu of Fraser Valley Cataract & Laser will examine your eyes to ensure that they are healthy enough to undergo the LASIK procedure. The ophthalmologist will also determine the exact ref
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05
Jun
2016
Recovery Tips for Eyelid Surgery
June 5th, 2016 | in Eyelid Surgery |    0comments
Following an eyelid procedure, all patients experience a few aftereffects. In this post, Drs. Joseph King and Gabriel Chu of Fraser Valley Cataract & Laser provide tips to handling these effects and encouraging a speedy recovery.
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06
Apr
2016
Eye Ergonomic Tips
April 6th, 2016 | in Tips for Healthy Eyes |    0comments
These days, just about everyone spends at least some amount of time in front of digital devices such as TVs, computers, tablets and/or smartphones. Unfortunately, spending more time in from of a digital device can take a toll on the eyes.
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06
Feb
2016
Can Younger People Get Cataracts?
February 6th, 2016 | in Cataracts |    0comments
Cataracts are the most common cause of vision loss in people over the age of 40. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, about 70 percent of all people will develop cataracts in at least one eye by the age of 75.
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