Using Rapid Eye Movement to Our Advantage

How our eyes and brain are affected by sleep has been a popular topic of research for centuries. Intensive study into the fascinating functions of Rap...

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Canadian Study Finds the Eyesight of Children Worsening More than Ever

The eyesight of Canadian kids appears to be degrading faster than in previous generations, and the reduced number of hours spent outside could be the...

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Colour-Blindness-Correcting Glasses Continue to Make an Impact

Colour blindness, or colour vision deficiency, is a hereditary condition that affects 1 in 12 men and roughly 1 in 200 women worldwide. Most types of...

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Quinan, Nova Scotia Is North America's First UNESCO Starlight Tourist Designation: Meet the Blind Astronomer Who Made it a Reality

Astrophotography, the process of taking pictures of anything in space, is a highly specialized area of photography that stems from astronomy, the stud...

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Late-stage AMD Patients Regain Sight with New Mini Telescope Tech

When we think of a telescope, we envision gazing at the stars on a warm summer’s night. But did you know that you can have a telescope implanted...

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