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Myopia vs. Hyperopia: What’s the Difference?

A woman bends down to interact with her son as he reaches for her glasses, he is wearing glasses as well

Myopia and hyperopia are simply other names for nearsightedness and farsightedness. Borrowed from Ancient Greek and Latin, they refer to some of the most common types of vision conditions: refractive errors. Fortunately, once diagnosed, an optometrist can correct these errors with eyeglasses or contact lenses. Myopia is when distant objects appear blurry, while hyperopia is […]

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Can Dry Eyes Cause Blurriness?

A woman sitting on a couch with her hand on her face, trying to relieve dry eye pain

Dry eyes can be a frustrating and uncomfortable condition, affecting millions of Canadians. When your eyes aren’t producing enough tears or tears of poor quality, it can result in a scratchy, burning sensation, making it difficult to focus on everyday tasks. And sometimes, those everyday tasks only make things worse. In some cases, dry eyes […]

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