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Do You Suffer From Headaches?

By Devora Kramer | January 20, 2021

If you suffer from frequent headaches you may have binocular vision dysfunction. While this may sound concerning, try not to let yourself worry too much, as this condition can be effectively treated with the right […] Read More

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Suffering From Low Self Esteem?

By Devora Kramer | January 11, 2021

Low self esteem can be one of the most challenging emotions experienced by patients following a traumatic brain injury.  Even a mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) can affect the neural connections between the brain and […] Read More

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5 Tips to Improve Your Game

By Devora Kramer | January 5, 2021

Whether you’re trying out for a high school sports team, training for a 5K marathon, or competing in a friendly softball league, practice these 5 tips to help you improve your sports performance and strive […] Read More

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Research Reveals New Effective Treatment for Adults with Lazy Eye 

By Dr. Russel Lazarus, B.Optom (Hons), M.Optom | December 14, 2020

Amblyopia, also known as “lazy eye”, is a vision problem that affects both children and adults. Lazy eye typically begins in childhood and causes a range of visual problems that can affect academic success, work […] Read More

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COVID-19 and the Eyes: What Do the Numbers Say?

By Dr. Russel Lazarus, B.Optom (Hons), M.Optom | December 7, 2020

With millions of cases of COVID-19 worldwide, doctors are learning more and more about this virus, including its impact on the eyes.  Recent studies show that 3% of COVID-19 patients have ocular complications.  However, the […] Read More

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8 Ways to Prevent Winter Dry Eyes

By Dr. Russel Lazarus, B.Optom (Hons), M.Optom | November 30, 2020

Harsh winter weather is commonly linked to dry, itchy skin, but did you know that this cold, snowy season can have similar effects on your eyes? Disclaimer: These tips are not a substitute for professional […] Read More

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Heading to the Ski Slopes? Don’t Forget Your Polarized Lenses! 

By Dr. Russel Lazarus, B.Optom (Hons), M.Optom | November 22, 2020

About to buy a new pair of sunglasses before hitting the slopes? You may want to read this first! Did you know that snow reflects almost 100% of sunlight and is a major source of […] Read More

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Answers to Your Top 6 Questions about COVID-19 and Your Eyes

By Dr. Russel Lazarus, B.Optom (Hons), M.Optom | November 17, 2020

With healthcare information changing daily amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, little attention has been given to the virus’ effect on one of the most sensitive parts of our bodies — our eyes. Here are the answers […] Read More

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Eye Emergency: Hand Sanitizer in Your Eye

By Dr. Russel Lazarus, B.Optom (Hons), M.Optom | November 16, 2020

One of the best ways to protect yourself from catching a virus is to frequently disinfect your hands. Washing your hands with warm water and soap for 30 seconds can help stop the spread of […] Read More

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Can COVID-19 Cause Conjunctivitis?

By Dr. Russel Lazarus, B.Optom (Hons), M.Optom | November 9, 2020

The most common symptoms of COVID-19 include a fever, cough, and respiratory problems. However, in rare cases, the virus can also cause an eye infection called conjunctivitis, commonly known as pink eye. Based on data […] Read More