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New international research has found that playing action video games could have a beneficial effect on the brain by expanding its cognitive abilities including perception, attention and reaction time.
Playing video games that feature alcohol and tobacco influences teens to take part in drinking and smoking, according to a new UK study.
Playing motion-controlled video games on consoles such as the Wii could not only improve your skills in the virtual world but also when competing in real life.
Playing video games which get you moving are an effective way of boosting brain health as we age according to new European research.
Computer and video games can include swastikas and other Nazi symbols, a German industry body said, after a heated debate over the 'Wolfenstein' franchise in which gamers battle Third Reich forces.
Video games are enormously popular in the United States, with 164 million people – or 65% of adults – playing regularly, according to a study released on May 9.
Feel like your life has been a bit boring lately? A whole slew of video games have recently come out that promise to bring a bit more adventure. Here are some activities you'll do in each: