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Video games can provide mental health support? Researchers at Lero, Ireland sure think so

The team at Lero, a world leader in connected-health research, said video games could be used where conventional therapies are not available because of cost or location

Published on 17th June 2021
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Indian video gamers spend an average of 8.5 hours a week playing online, says new report

The data showed that video game playing rose to a new level across the world, with consumers' playing time up 14 per cent over last year

Published on 15th March 2021
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University College London researchers find how screen time impacts boys and girls differently

The findings indicate that boys, who played video games at age of 11 had 24 per cent fewer depressive symptoms whereas girls had 13 per cent more depressive symptoms

Published on 19th February 2021
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Sony providing free games to PS4 owners to beat COVID-19 blues

This is part of Sony's effort to help contain the spread of COVID-19, as it is encouraging people to continue with social distancing and stay at home playing video games

Published on 16th April 2020
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Can gaming addiction affect your social performance, lifestyle and even make you suicidal?

With more and more youngsters getting hooked on video games, both online and offline, WHO is set to classify gaming disorder as a mental health condition

Published on 2nd February 2019
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Don't worry about video games influencing your kid's behaviour, Study proves otherwise 

Researchers from the University of York in the UK found that there is no link between the kind of realism in games and the effects that video games have on humans

Published on 21st January 2018

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