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Wii Articles


Control diabetes with a Wii fit game

10th December 2013

A medical trial suggests playing 'active' games can help people with type 2 diabetes.

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Active Wii games don't boost exercise

28th February 2012

A US study showed that "active" games on the Wii console did nothing to boost overall exercise in Texas children.

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Parkinson's overcome with Nintendo Wii

22nd December 2010

Parkinson's symptoms overcome with sessions on children's games' console.

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Various injuries linked to Wii-type games

5th October 2010

A Nintendo spokesman warned players not to 'overdo it' after games produce their own kind of injuries.

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O2 Health launch new technology

21st July 2010

NHS East Berkshire is to trial Wii fit-style technology launched by O2 Health.

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First pain relief implant in Scotland

19th July 2010

A woman in Scotland becomes the first person to have an implant which uses Wii-style technology to provide pain relief.

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New health benefits of motion games

9th July 2010

Wii technology is being used to create games to help people with Parkinson's and Cerebral Palsy.

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Pain relief implant hope

6th July 2010

New neurostimulator fitted in patient for the first time in the UK.

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AHA gives Wii games seal of approval

18th May 2010

The American Heart Association have given their approval to Wii Fit Plus and Wii Sport Resort.

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Wii board helps stroke patients

19th January 2010

The Wii board is nearly as good as much more expensive medical devices in the rehabilitation of stroke patients.

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