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Could Your Child Play a Video Game to Correct Lazy Eye?

When you have lazy eye, or weaker vision in one eye than the other, doctors often recommend patching, but researchers recently found an interesting alternative for amblyopia: a specially designed video game. In the study, it was found to be more effective than patching.

Could Your Child Play a Video Game to Correct Lazy Eye?

Regrowing Growth Plates: A Fix for Kids’ Injuries?

Cleveland Clinic researchers are zeroing in on a solution that may one day help children continue to grow normally even after suffering severe injuries to their growth plates. Growth plates: the key to kids’ mature size The secret of a child’s future height and size lies largely in his or her growth plates, the areas … Read More

child's arm with broken bones