Mental health: new research shows playing video games is bad for you, except when it isn’t

New academic studies have shed light on different aspects of how video games and eSports can affect players’ mental health. First, the good news. According to University of Saskatchewan computer-science professor Regan Mandryk, gaming can reduce stress, among other benefits. Mandryk’s research primarily focused on people between the ages of 18 and 55, although it … Continue reading Mental health: new research shows playing video games is bad for you, except when it isn’t