Visually Impaired Benefit From Video Games

According to a study from the University of Rochester, playing action video games sharpens vision. In tests of visual acuity that assess the ability to see objects accurately in a cluttered space, game players scored higher than their non-playing peers.

Now they tell me. For years, I was told that if I didn't stop playing all those video games I would surely go blind. Well, I am blind, but I don't think my ATARI had anything to do with it.

Click this link to read the article Visually Impaired Benefit From Video Games from Medical News Today.

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