by April Fulton
Nintendo seems to be carving out a niche with all the new health-related applications that keep popping up for their interactive video gaming system Wii.
That white rectangle remote that allows players to control on-screen actions is movin' on up from recreational use, like improving a golf or tennis swing; to medical use, like training students in CPR, or helping with physical therapy.
It is also credited with reducing X-ray techs' wrist strains and preparing surgeons for laproscopic surgery.
But what else can Wii do?
Help senior citizens challenge each other to bowling matches, that's what, says our Two-Way blog.
Any other cool apps, medical or otherwise, we've missed?