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

Is ‘gaming disorder’ for real? KC psychiatrist points to greater problem for children

January 02, 2018 04:25 PM