The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Video Games Are Beneficial in Small Doses

    Cue parental groans: A new study shows that video gaming for up to an hour a day can benefit children aged 10 to 15. Oxford University scientists reveal that children who play in small doses are more satisfied with life and better adjusted socially. But the study also shows that too much can be a bad thing. So while many parents prefer that kids play outside, it seems temporary “square eyes” can lead to well-rounded children.

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