Working From Home and Eye Strain In the event of COVID-19 causing us to stay home, we are using our digital devices more than ever. We are working from home. We are watching the tv to pass time. We are using our digital devices to stay current with major events around the world. Heck, even […]
Keep your body healthy During these crazy times, it is never been more important to keep our bodies healthy and strong. Having a healthy body allows our natural immune system to fight off infections. As we are staying home to help flatten the curve, we are also being more sedentary and more likely to adopt […]
Short answer. No. For example, you walk into a store and you see a generic solution next to the brand solution. Both boxes are designed similar. However, the brand name one has more of “updated” ingredients vs the generic one which has “outdated” ingredients. Why is this important? As the materials […]
Myopia, more popularly known as nearsightedness, is the most common refractive error. Although it often takes its onset during your younger years, it can still affect anyone at any age. Your trusted optometrist from Eyes on Norbeck talks about this vision problem and our recommended management.
These days, sources of income and entertainment often involve staring at blue light-emitting screens for a long time. This may strain your eyes and lead to computer vision syndrome. Your trusted optometrist from Eyes on Norbeck talks about this condition in detail.
Eye Allergies Itchy and Red Eyes Eyes On Norbeck: Dr. Chun AuYeung Have you recently: started to rub your eyes (especially with your knuckles)? noticed your contact lenses are more blurry, cloudy, and/or dry? experienced constant eye redness? If you are, then you may be experiencing ocular allergies. It is time to take control of […]
Back to School Edition: School’s Vision Screening Dr. Chun AuYeung It is that time of the year…back to school time! Let’s talk a bit about school’s vision screening. The typical school’s vision screening is a quick process where the child reads a set of letters at a distance. Got it right? They pass. Got it […]
Tears, Tears, Tears Here is an overview of what they are and what they do: Basal Tears These are our normal, everyday, multifunctional tears. They help lubricate and nourish our front surface of the eyes, fight off infections (contains “fighting” cells), and act as a refractive media. These tend to have a […]