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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 941d ago | article

Just 40 hours of video gaming 'can cure cataracts', claims psychologist

Rob Waugh-
'Playing video games could improve the vision of people born with cataracts, according to new research.
Surgery and contact lenses do not always work - and people experience visual difficulties into adulthood.
However, some of these effects can be reversed if the individual follows a short course of 'game therapy'.' (Culture, Tech)

THILLREBORN  +   941d ago
One more thing that gaming cures :)
torgo  +   941d ago
Why is a Psychologist even talking about cures for cataracts??

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