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Tetris as a cure for lazy eye? A team of McGill researchers says it worksThe popular Russian video game, when combined with a set of specialized goggles that forces someone with lazy eye to use their two eyes together, may help train the brain to eliminate the symptoms of amblyopia. It’s amazing stuff…[Photo credit: Graham Hughes/Canadian Press]

Tetris as a cure for lazy eye? A team of McGill researchers says it works
The popular Russian video game, when combined with a set of specialized goggles that forces someone with lazy eye to use their two eyes together, may help train the brain to eliminate the symptoms of amblyopia. It’s amazing stuff…
[Photo credit: Graham Hughes/Canadian Press]

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    If this is true this could be so good. Not enough money and research goes into eye condition cures.
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    I love science! And tetris. So cool that a game like that could help you if you did have lazy eye!
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