Darkness fixes lazy eye in kittens; seen as possible therapy for kids
TORONTO – Children with a lazy eye are often "patched" — their good eye is covered for a period of time, forcing the so-called bad eye to work harder, thereby improving its visual acuity. But what if a lazy eye — or rather, the part of the brain … See all stories on this topic » Google Alerts – kittens
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