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    Gaming Disorder may be recognized by the World Health Organization this week.
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    [LIST][*]Gaming Disorder may be recognized by the World Health Organization this week.[*]Microsoft recognizes that overuse of video games takes place.[*]The company has vowed to give users more control over limits in the future.[*]This is a choice that gamers and their families should have.[/LIST]
    Currently, there's a debate going on around the world about simply enjoying video games versus being addicted to them. According to a report by GamesIndustry, the World Health Organization will vote whether to add "Gaming Disorder" to its list of mental health problems this week. From what has been said so far by researchers, it seems like it will easily pass.

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    05-20-2019 08:30 AM

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