Study: Tetris video game can fix lazy eyes

www.bbc.co.uk Published: April 24, 2013
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Canadian doctors say they have found an inventive way to treat lazy eye -- playing the Tetris video game, according to BBC.

The site reports the McGill University team discovered the puzzle game could train both eyes to work together.



In a small study with 18 adults, it worked better than conventional patching of the good eye to make the weak one work harder, BBC reports.

H/T: Gawker
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