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Seventeen-year-old boy in Japan is fighting the government for limiting video game time and internet usage
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Seventeen-year-old boy in Japan is fighting the government for limiting video game time and internet usage

The government of Kagawa has limited gaming time for individuals below 20-years of age to no more than 60 minutes on school nights and 90 minutes on weekends.

On fears surrounding digital addiction, and finding that ever-elusive balance for a healthy life
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On fears surrounding digital addiction, and finding that ever-elusive balance for a healthy life

While putting down our phones completely seems neither realistic nor desirable, there are still moments when you’d be wise to put your device out of sight and earshot.

Chinese govt aims to fight video game addiction by limiting young gamers to 90 mins of playtime on weekdays
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Chinese govt aims to fight video game addiction by limiting young gamers to 90 mins of playtime on weekdays

The limits are the government’s latest attempt to rein in China’s online gaming industry, one of the world’s largest

Mumbai-based twins decide to burn PUBG Mobile effigy on Holika Dahan
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Mumbai-based twins decide to burn PUBG Mobile effigy on Holika Dahan

PUBG Mobile is apparently so addictive that it’s earned itself a ban in various districts.

Studies show what all gamers knew: Video Game addiction leads to sleep deprivation
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Studies show what all gamers knew: Video Game addiction leads to sleep deprivation

Video game addiction can lead to sleep deprivation, putting the players at serious risk of numerous health issues associated with sleep loss, warns a study.

Research shows youngsters addicted to video games to escape medical conditions
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Research shows youngsters addicted to video games to escape medical conditions

Young adults are getting hooked to video gaming to escape from medical conditions like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder and depression, new research has revealed.