ABCD report goes against decades of linking video games to teen apathy to violence.
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Ontario’s stay-at-home order last year marked an immense change for everyone — from leaving the house to go to work and socializing with friends to using Zoom for work and …
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According to the Entertainment Software Association of Canada, 65% of adults and 78% of teens find that gaming during the stay-at-home health measures makes them feel better mentally and emotionally