The AOA, of course, recommends regular and comprehensive eye examines for all children. But it says that if children experience the "3 Ds of 3-D viewing" — discomfort, dizziness, or lack of depth — it becomes especially important that a doctor examine their eyes.

(Thanks to Kotaku for the heads up.)

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Winda Benedetti writes about games for msnbc.com. You can follow her tweets about games and other things right here on Twitter.

First published January 5 2011, 5:16 PM

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