Success of Vision Gene Therapy Could Mean Greater Availability

The success of a 15-year-old’s gene therapy has begun to pave the way for vision health care in North America. Treatment to reverse the blinding...

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What Your Eyes See When You Dream

What happens when we dream is something that has fascinated and eluded philosophers and scientists alike for thousands of years. A recent neurological...

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How Your Peripheral Vision Works

Try this simple test: while staring straight ahead, try to be aware of the objects to your left, right, above and below—all without moving your...

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Employee Spotlight - Katia Mékaoui

Our employee of the month, Katia Mékaoui, is a clinic coach at the Visique - Saint-Denis location. Thanks to her great ability to listen and he...

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Making Fish Oil a Part of Your Diet Could Protect Your Vision

Indulging in baked salmon, spicy tuna, and the odd marinated swordfish could be the key to good vision — according to new research that suggests...

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From Axis to PD: Learn About Your Eyeglass Prescription

Have you ever wondered what all the codes on your eyeglass prescription mean? Think back to your last eye exam. Your doctor examined your vision while...

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5 Digital Technologies That Help Your Eyesight

Technology is transforming the delivery of care across Canada as more and more of our health care system becomes digitized. With the myriad of advance...

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Finding the Link Between Vision and Dyslexia

Researchers think they may now a way to temporarily repair dyslexia, highlighting the link between vision and the disorder. French scientists have als...

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Smartest Ways to Avoid Fungal Eye Infections

Fungal eye infections. Yup, they're as offputting as they sound. Unfortunately, they can also lead to serious eye conditions, including a loss of...

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The Scoop on Eye Fatigue: What You Need to Know

Just like the muscles in your body, your eyes can become easily strained by sitting in front of a computer, watching TV, or using your smartphone. The...

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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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Why Backup Eyeglasses Are a Good Idea

We don’t give a second thought to having a couple of scarves, a few belts, or a variety of purses in our closets to round out our look. So, it g...

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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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Vision Trouble: The Link Between Eye Health and Overall Wellness

Our vision wellness is connected to our body’s overall wellness, even if we don’t necessarily realize it. This Vision Health Month, we are...

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Gain Some Clarity on Supplements for Protection Against Eye Disease

Sometimes there just isn’t enough time in the day to ensure you are eating all of the healthy nutrients you need to maintain good eye health. Th...

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