Gaming Beats Dementia Says Study

Gaming Beats Dementia Says Study — A clinical trial funded by the US National Institutes of Health using 2,800 people has found that older adults who practice specific computer training exercises that test how fast they respond to visual stimuli could face a 29 percent lower chance of developing dementia.

Used a specific brain-training exercise called “Double Decision,” a patented program by Posit Science that is available on BrainHQ.com.

Of course, if you happen to be a mean old character Bioshock or Fallout 3 might be more to your taste.

Gaming Beats Dementia Says Study

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