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Video game benefits

Video and computer games do not rot children's brains, but can help to develop learning ability, social skills and relationships, according to a new report.

The report, Video Games: the Good News, by Dr Mark Griffiths, of Nottingham University, argues that although games can cause addiction, aggressive tendencies and medical problems, they can also be "very beneficial".

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