Proposed changes to B.C. eye-care regulations put one in 10 patients, age 20-64 at risk
CNIB: Government should reconsider intention to relax key regulations on May 1 “before it’s too late to save the sight of many British Columbians”
Proposed changes to B.C. eye care regulations put one in seven patients at risk
One in seven people with eye disease may go undetected say B.C. optometrists
Eye Health Month survey indicates B.C. men between the ages of 45 to 65 more likely than women to perceive eye exams as unnecessary and to ignore worsening vision.
B.C. optometrists provide free reflective stickers to help keep kids safe.
Eye Health Month survey indicates 21% of British Columbians between 45 and 65 with deteriorating vision have not seen an optometrist or doctor
Wide-ranging Eye Health Month survey indicates one in four British Columbians between ages 45 and 65 less likely to visit their optometrist because of economic concerns.
B.C. optometrists warn of UV damage: cataracts, macular degeneration and cancer.
Dr. Tod McNab has contributed to vision care not only in B.C., but around the world