The World Health Organization’s decision to recognize “gaming disorder” as a mental health condition is part of a larger debate within the mental health community about the effect of screen time on people’s brains.
The World Health Organization’s decision to recognize “gaming disorder” as a mental health condition is part of a larger debate within the mental health community about the effect of screen time on people’s brains. Wire photo TNS
The World Health Organization’s decision to recognize “gaming disorder” as a mental health condition is part of a larger debate within the mental health community about the effect of screen time on people’s brains. Wire photo TNS

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