Just as vintage is expected to be en vogue for eyewear in 2020, Pantone has selected a classic as its colour of the year to start this new decade; ‘Classic Blue’.
Pantone says Classic Blue is both timeless and enduring and elegant in its simplicity. The colour also “brings a sense of peace and tranquility to the human spirit, offering refuge.” ‘Classic Blue’ “highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era.”
Eat for your Eyes is a carefully curated collection of recipes that are delicious and good for your vision and eye health. Certain foods contain lots of goodness to help keep your eyes healthy, such as beta carotene and vitamin A. The team at Mayfair Eye Care encourages you to be your best and eat healthy to ensure good vision for your best life!
Meet Laura Niemi, the Head Vision Therapist at Mayfair Eye Care
Laura has been fortunate to work alongside Dr. Penny as a vision therapist for the last 30 years. Her career has always been a passion of hers and it has made going into the office every day, a wonderful, fulfilling and exciting way to spend her time. She loves working with children and adults of all ages and with all sorts of visual difficulties. Nothing makes her more excited than watching every single patient experience better vision and achieve their full potential in life, school and their career.
The theory is that dark chocolate is high in antioxidant flavanols, which are touted as having many potential health benefits, including effects on the nervous system… And after eating milk chocolate, their vision was 20/15 – still better than normal, but not quite as sharp as with dark chocolate. Apr 27, 2018Read More
Healthy eyes start with healthy living. Here are some factors we should all take to heart:
Eat properly: Some of the best foods that provide eye vitamins include the brightly coloured fruits and vegetables.Read More
Dear Dr. Penny:
My eye lids are starting to get droopy. My friend had eyelid surgery to fix this and she is so happy with it! I want to know, is it covered by Alberta Health Care?
From, “Droopy Darlene”
What is it?
Blue light is the short wavelength light of the visible light spectrum that makes up approximately 1/3 of all visible light. Blue light is generally defined as visible light ranging from 380-500 nanometers. Our main source of blue light is sunlight, however the number of indoor sources, being digital devices, is on the rise. Even though our eyes are good at blocking UV rays from reaching the retina, they are not very good at blocking out blue light. The effect of this exposure is cumulative and will vary depending on the total number of exposure hours.Read More