Could Tetris spell the end of the eye patch? Scientists use computer game to treat lazy eye

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.

Women who wax or shave their bikini lines are more likely to get a viral skin infection, warn doctors

Women who wax or shave their bikini lines are more likely to get skin infections, warn doctors 'Micro trauma' caused by shaving, waxing or scratching may aid the spread of pox virus Molluscum contagiumThe virus can be passed on through sex and the number of sexually transmitted cases is rising .

Georgia Keeling: Girl, two, died from meningitis after paramedic sent ambulance away saying she had swine flu

Girl, two, died from meningitis after paramedic sent ambulance away saying she had swine flu Georgia's father tried glass test on her rash but NHS Direct told her it was probably the swine flu virus that was going aroundGeorgia's mother called for an ambulance after she was told by swine flu hotline it was unlikely to be swine flu.

Men who hit the gym to shed middle aged spread get a boost in the bedroom

Men who hit the gym to shed middle-aged spread get a boost in the bedroom | UPDATED: 12:19 GMT, 26 June 2012 Men who take up exercise to shed their middle aged spread could find they gain a few inches just where they want it instead, according to a medical study.

Disabled man collapses after being refused treatment at NHS walk-in centre forced to call NHS hotline for help

Disabled man collapses after being refused treatment at walk-in centre and forced to call NHS hotline for ambulance Mr Shropshire said NHS Direct told him to visit a walk-in centre in BradfordHe calls the hotline again to get an ambulance after he collapses once he is told centre too busy to treat him | UPDATED: 15:40 GMT, 2 April 2012 A disabled man who collapsed in an NHS walk-in centre after being refused treatment had to ring the service’s hotline for an ambulance.