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Video Games and Health 1.001

This eBook contains three articles on gaming and health.


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  • Last Updated: Nov 27, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 2003/XP/2000/98/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Video Games and Health is a Home & Education software developed by Game Innovator. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Video Games and Health:

Brothersoft Editor: Want to know about the effects of video games on health?

Within this eBook you’ll find the information you need with additional links for further reading.

This eBook contains three sections that are based on health articles written for Game Innovator. These articles are all bundled into one freely available offline package for your convenience.

This is what you will find in the eBook:

How Do Video Games Affect the Circulatory System
Find out about the effects of video games on the blood pressure and the heart.

How Video Games Affect Health
Want the bigger picture? Find out the general positive and Negative effects on health.

Does Your Heart Rate Increase When You Play Video Games?
Find out in detail whether or not your heart rate increases when you play video games.

Included is an optional component 'Search In One Step', which delivers targeted, sponsored, and natural search results when you enter a keyword or invalid web addresses into your browser's address bar. This component is entirely optional and can be uninstalled later if needed.
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