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Study finds casual games work as a prescription for anxiety and depression

Playing casual games can be good in reducing clinical depression and anxiety, says a recent study released by East Carolina University’s Psychophysiology Lab and Biofeedback Clinic. (Bejeweled 2, Bookworm Adventures, Casual games, Industry, Peggle)

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