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Video gaming can benefit students: study

It is not inherently bad if treated as a form of leisure activity that can help young people to de-stress during the weekends.

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Parents and educators should consider making use of video gaming as an effective reward system to encourage other healthy activities, such as exercising, proper sleep, and school responsibilities.

VIDEO gaming has undeniably become one of the most popular activities among adolescents worldwide. The ubiquity of high-technology smartphones and tablets allows for video games to be easily accessible and no longer confined to just arcades and home consoles. In the US for example, research has

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