Nintendo has always been worried about health. They have about 5 warning screens before a game even begins. They developed Friend Codes for the explicit reason to keep online dangers away from their community. And with a new game system that uses real 3D imagery, they went out and said that kids under 6 cannot use the 3DS in 3D mode.
But apparently doctors say the opposite. They say that those fancy 3D screens can help in detection of undiagnosed vision problems. If they are having trouble in watching a natural 3D image like the 3DS, that means they have found a problem with the kid's eyes, and because of their young age, they can quickly diagnose it and have more time to cure it.
Eye Specialists actually got up and said that Nintendo is being ridiculous, and that there is nothing wrong with it.
Only in Nintendo's world would the doctors defend the videogames and the game companies try to take them down. :|
But let's see the PSP2 do that.