You want a bold smoky eye and you want it fast! Sounds complicated, doesn't it? Well, achieving that perfect smoky look doesn't have to take long. In today's episode of Lazy Girls' Guide to Beauty, Jackie Perdue is working against the clock to get a smoky eye in one minute flat!
I learned something interesting yesterday. I had always assumed that my hiring at FindLaw was the product of my appropriate pedigree (English minor, law degree from Dubyanel, and background in blogging, web design, and HTML coding) seasoned with the helpful praise of a dear friend’s mother, who has worked at......
Scientists from Nottingham have announced that they've drafted in some expert help with I-BiT, a research project seeking to treat lazy eye with video games and specially designed 3D glasses. Sony Computer Entertainment Europe is toShow More Summary
We’ve never really paid much attention to Kate Moss’ misaligned eyes (probably because she and her photog friends do a great job at hiding that particular quirk). Well, the eyes are on full display on her latest Vogue UK cover. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE COVER
Lazy Eye, as it is colloquially known, afflicts somewhere between one and five percent of the current population, and most efforts to reat it have, for all intents and purposes, failed miserably. The best, most current treatment option...Show More Summary
“As you can see by these bar graphs, the Z-piece is a total jerk.” Lazy eye (Amblyopia) affects up to 3% of adults. In children, the condition is treated by wearing an eyepatch over the stronger eye six hours a day for six to twelve months. Show More Summary
In last week's GTA 5 o'Clock, resident Rockstar detective Dan Dawkins took a a closer look at the GTA 5 box art.Click here to read the full article Related Stories Study claims Tetris can fix a lazy eye
Researchers at McGill University in Montreal learned that playing Tetris can help train both eyes to work together and fix lazy eyes. Read more...
A study carried out by McGill University in Canada has revealed that playing Tetris is more likely to fix a lazy eye than a patch. Click here to read the full article Related Stories Video: Big Boss badass makes a mockery of guards Never...Show More Summary
The endlessly addictive Tetris may be good for the treatment of lazy eye, according to a study released by McGill University scientists. The act of following Tetris pieces down the screen causes both eyes to work together, the Montreal-based...Show More Summary
The popular video game Tetris has been found to be effective at treating adult amblyopia, also known as 'lazy eye', according to new research conducted by scientists at the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre (RI-MUHC). Show More Summary
Remember that old Russian video game Tetris, very popular in the 1980s? Canadian doctors report they have found a new use for it: treating lazy eye (Amblyopia). They tested 18 adults - a small sample - and found playing the game worked better than conventional patching of the good eye to make the weak one work harder (CLICK). Show More Summary
BBC News says that 1 in 50 children have a lazy eye, and that Tetris could help to fix their weak eyes. Doctors at McGill University has research that shows that playing the greatest block dropping game of all time could have some side benefits for those with the lazy eye, working as a side treatment to get eyes to work together. Show More Summary
A small study has found the tile-matching puzzle game trains the eyes to work together, and could be better than patching.
Last year, Oxford researchers found that playing Tetris reduced flashbacks and other psychological symptoms associated with post-traumatic stress disorder. Now researchers from McGill University believe that Tetris can help treat "lazy...Show More Summary
A new therapeutic approach for lazy eye, also known as amblyopia, uses good old Tetris to train the eyes to work together. This innovative approach to a common eye disorder is a result of research done by Dr. Robert Hess from McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, Canada. Show More Summary
What a perfect time for Nintendo to re-release Tetris: Axis on the 3DS eShop for just $10! Believe it or not, Researchers at McGill University and the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Center have found that playing Tetris helps adults that suffer from lazy eye issues. Show More Summary
Hours spent playing Tetris may help treat lazy eye, a new study has suggested. A team of Canadian doctors found greater improvement in volunteers who played the classic puzzle game using special goggles than those who used the condition's usual method of treatment. Show More Summary
So far we've just been forcing kids into pirate patches—this sounds like way more fun.
We have seen Tetris make its way to not only Smart TVs but smart watches as well, and there is always a good time to play Tetris no matter where you are, regardless of the device which you are going to enjoy playing it. The next time...Show More Summary