Study: Video games can help cut surgical errors

A new study suggests that people preparing for surgery ask their doctor: "Have you played your video games today?" Surgeons who warmed up by playing video games like "Super Monkey Ball" for 20 minutes immediately prior to performing surgical drills were faster and made fewer errors than those who did not, said Dr. James "Butch" Rosser, lead investigator on the study slated for release Wednesday.

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