10 Video Games That Deal With Mental Illness

It has been a long and painful road for the topic of mental health and for those who suffer with it, to get to where we are now: a place where depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief, and more are openly being discussed. That being said, we wanted to share a really amazing article written by Will Harris. Read on! —February 6th,

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7 Video Games For People Who Don’t Like Guns

We love video games, but we are also aware that a high number of games have become increasingly violent. The real world is already cruel/hard enough for games to reinforce its negative aspects. Thus, we thought it would be cool to share a list of incredibly fun games that stray away from guns. — October 22nd,  2018 1. Batman: Arkham

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Ready Patient One: Video Games as Therapy

Recently, we have been talking a lot about video games and how they can help treat several disorders. However, probably the most significant advances are related to the treatment of autism. — July 10,  2018 Over the past year, several small pilot studies have produced promising results for games designed to help children with autism, showing that they may improve

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Seniors Can Strengthen Their Brains By Playing Super Mario

Looking to prepare your brain for old age? A new study finds that the secret to a sharper mind may be… Super Mario — July 2,  2018 Canadien scientists found that adults who played Super Mario 64 (regularly) showed improvements in cognitive function.  To reach their findings, the researchers studied the brains of a group of people at least 55

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Astronauts Could Use Video Games to Combat Isolation in Space

No one knows for sure what a long-range space journey will be like for the people on board. However, some researchers have casually suggested, because astronauts would have a lot of free time to fill, sending along a selection of books and films or even bespoke video games. — October 19, 2017 The social scientists who study media use and its effects on

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