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Doctors use Tetris to help cure lazy eyes

Doctors use Tetris to help cure lazy eyes

Doctors in Canada have found a new reason to play Tetris.  According to "The Canadian Press," a team at Montreal's McGill University published a study earlier this week that says the classic video game can help people with a lazy eye train both eyes to work together.  Lead researcher Dr. Robert Hess says Tetris has proved to be much better than the usual treatment of putting a patch over the good eye to make the weak one work harder.  Plus, he points out that it's a lot more enjoyable. 

 

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