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New Westminster Optometry Clinic
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Conjunctivitis (or pink eye) can be caused by the same virus as the common cold. With it being cold and flu season, the same preventative measures apply, like handwashing and avoiding touching your face and eyes.
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As temperatures drop in our area, you may notice your eyes watering more than normal. That's because cold can be drying. Consider using goggles for cold-weather activities to reduce the potential irritation the cold can cause.
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Does your New Year's Resolution include doing something about improving your vision? How about freeing yourself from the daily glasses/contact lenses routine? Ask us about Orthokeratology at your next comprehensive eye exam, to find out if our CRT service is the right choice for you! https://goo.gl/i1ufT3
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Happy New Year from the Team at New Westminster Optometry Clinic!
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As the air gets cooler and drier, make sure you keeps your eyes moisturized, especially if you wear contacts. Keep some drops handy at all times, and sure to toss any drops or solution that is too old.
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For long-term vision health, don't forget that supplements can help you get essential nutrients like Vitamin B12 in your diet . B12 typically comes from animal-based foods, but the animal proteins can make it difficult to absorb enough of the vitamin, so fortified foods and supplements can help!
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Did you realize many of the foods we associate with fall are terrific for your vision health? Whether you like squash, or prefer great autumnal fruits like apples and pears are full of antioxidants!
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Everyone have a happy and safe Halloween!
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If you're prone to fall allergens, remember that some of the biggest culprits that cause itchy, watery eyes are airborne triggers like pollen and molds.
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Virtual reality technology is (quite literally) opening up a whole new world for users. But is the proximity of the LCD monitors to your eyes, a cause for concern? Check out some facts from the experts at the Canadian Association of Optometrists: https://goo.gl/qtkV1R
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