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Seniors who play video games less likely to be depressed

"New research out of North Carolina State University suggests a link between seniors who play video games and a healthier sense of well-being.
As reported this week in the journal Computers in Human Behavior, researchers surveyed 140 people ages 63 and older (the group's average age was 77) and placed them into one of three categories: regular gamers (at least once a week), occasional gamers (less than once a week), and non-gamers.", writes CNET.

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CouldHaveYelledUiiW1717d ago

Thank Nintendo for making your Grandmothers smile.