Andy’s Quick Hits (223): Video Games Can Boost Children’s Intelligence

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Well, this is not the answer many of us would expect and it goes against other logic of spending more time doing other things such as reading or socialising with friends (which the science also says is extremely beneficial to developing brains).

So, what did these researchers from the Karolinska institute in Sweden find and how did they find

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