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New study: Active videogames or none at all

MWEB GameZone writer, Stephanie Duchenne, takes a look at a study funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) of Australia and conducted at Curtin University in Perth has found that videogames provide a perfect platform from which to combat a sedentary lifestyle – as long as ones you play are “active games.”

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Choc_Salties1623d ago

Active video gaming is one thing, but one really needs to look into making sure that, wherever possible, those kids actually go out and do something. I for one, support our sedentary overlords, but even they must feel that something is amiss when not actually getting up and doing something else...

Personally, I can happily classify myself as "overbese" due to this terrible yet awesome pastime... I need to go get running again...

HanCilliers1623d ago

Well at least it's progress in the right direction, one of these days video games will be acknowledge to be usefull in more areas.