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Submitted by deanobi 732d ago | news

Video games 'help children with dyslexia'

Playing video games may help children with dyslexia improve their reading skills, research suggests. (Culture, Industry, Tech)

MuhammadJA   732d ago | Off topic | show
CustardTrout  +   732d ago
It also increased their vocabulary, now they have twenty words to describe "displeasure" at something...
CustardTrout  +   732d ago
Although, cooooooool!
Ares84HU  +   732d ago
You won't see this on FOX news!!
dazzrazz  +   732d ago
When I was young kids with reading problems were forced to read more books and that worked just fine, now days they need a fucking iPad or a video game
Coltrane_C  +   732d ago
No Way...Video Games only cause people to become violent...
deanobi  +   732d ago
CoD FTW?

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