Could Tetris spell the end of the eye patch Scientists use computer game to treat lazy eye Tetris can be used to train both eyes to work togetherCurrently people with lazy eye wear eye patch to force the weaker eye to work but its not effective in adultsTetris technique resulted in 'dramatic' improvement By Emma Innes PUBLISHED: 08:02 GMT, 25 April 2013 | UPDATED: 08:02 GMT, 25 April 2013 Tetris could spell the end of the eye patch for people with lazy eye The computer game Tetris could spell the end of the eye patch for people with lazy eye.
How walking to a beat could help relieve symptoms of Parkinson's disease | UPDATED: 16:22 GMT, 21 September 2012 Walking to a beat could give more freedom of movement to patient's with Parkinson's, say scientists Walking to music could help patients with Parkinson's disease, according to new research.
Baby boy opens his eyes for the first time aged 17 months | UPDATED: 15:47 GMT, 17 July 2012 A baby boy has opened his eyes for the first time aged 17 months.
Cats away! Artist turns his dead pet into flying helicopter after it is killed by a car. Many animal lovers find it hard to part with their pets when they die.
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Mouth tingler implanted in gum to beat the pain of migraines | UPDATED: 01:04 GMT, 27 March 2012 Migraine affects around one in ten of the UK population A painkilling device implanted in the gum could be a radical new way to beat migraine pain.
Left without a leg to stand on: Family left to meet cost of 20k false legs for meningitis-struck son following an admin blunder Archie was struck down with Meningitis B when he was 18 months-old The mother of a six-year-old boy with meningitis has been criticised after being left to fund a 20,000 pair of artificial legs for her meningitis-struck son following an admin blunder.
Man with a huge dent in his head has it rebuilt using fat from stomach Tim Barter shatters skull, eye socket and cheekboneUndergoes first procedure of its kind in Britain to improve outcome of facial injuries A man who was left with a huge dent in his head after hitting a brick wall has had it rebuilt using fat from his stomach.
Citroen advert banned from TV after triggering epilepsy symptoms in viewers. Ten viewers complained flashing images triggered photo-sensitive epilepsy.