All posts by: J L

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It’s Halloween! Make sure that you stop by our office to pick up “Be Seen. Be Safe.” reflective stickers for your monsters and goblins to increase their visibility on the road. Here are some safety tips for your children: -Don’t wear a mask, as it may block your child’s side (peripheral) vision -Avoid non-prescription cosmetic […]

I started making this recipe when my eldest was about 18 months. She was getting bored with pureed foods for breakfast, but I was running out of ideas. I wanted her to have a healthy breakfast that is full of vitamins, minerals and protein. So, voila… Kid and mommy approved! (This recipe is good for […]

Here at Fremont Eye Centre, we know good nutrition plays a key role in our eyes’ health. We also believe that healthy foods should taste great too! So look for recipes by JL on our blog, and get cooking!

The things I look forward to the most with fall are usually food related. The spices, the comfort food and all different types of squashes… Butternut squash is a staple at our house. It’s so easy to just roast it in the oven and there you have a delicious and healthy side dish. I ALWAYS […]

If you are like many Canadians, computer, tablet and smartphone have become part of your daily routine. Most of the displays of these devices are powered by LED (light-emitting diode) lights which emit high energy visible blue light. Recent researches have shown that blue light can cause damage to retinal cells which may increase the […]

Facts on glaucoma: Irreversible damage to the optic nerve causing side vision loss Usually due to high eye pressure Usually no symptoms until permanent vision loss One of the leading causes of blindness Symptoms: No symptom in most cases until significant loss of side vision In cases when there is a sudden rise in eye […]

Eye examination is much more than prescribing glasses for clear vision. Not only can we detect eye problems and diseases, but also some diseases in your body. So eye exams are an important part of your overall health care. General / Overall Health Conditions Diabetes: is a vascular disease that affects blood vessels in your […]

Ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun is a concern for everyone. Most people are aware of the importance of protecting their skin, but not their eyes. Eye diseases like cataracts and macular degeneration are related to UV exposure throughout your life. Protecting your eyes from UV exposure may preserve your vision later in life. Facts: […]