“A new paper in American Psychologist, the flagship journal of the American Psychological Association, looks at the positive effects of video game play. I’ve already written about the 5 reasons I’m buying my kids a Wii U this holiday season.”
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Today, there are tens of thousands of health and fitness apps that consumers can download onto their smart phones and tablets. From tracking the calories you burn to helping manage your stress through guided meditation, these apps are proving to be popular: within the first six months of 2014, their use increased by more than 60 percent, according to one recent study.
“Hi all: Anna here again, with some thoughts on health gaming. Fitfunner is a health game. It is designed to achieve a specific health objective (helping parents guide their kids to better health habits) using the techniques of gaming (game…Read ...”