By Lizette Borreli | May 16, 2013 05:01 PM EDT
Improve your health with these five top-rated games from Xbox, Wii and PS3 game consoles.
By Susan Scutti | May 02, 2013 03:05 PM EDT
A recent study indicates that older adults may improve cognitive functioning through training focused on memory and speedy processing.
By Nsikan Akpan | May 02, 2013 11:31 AM EDT
South Korean officials are proposing legislation that would place heavy restrictions on the country's video gamers.
By Ashik Siddique | Apr 17, 2013 06:18 PM EDT
Children and teenagers with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) spend longer on screen-based media like television and video games than their neurotypical siblings, according to a recent study, and are more likely to develop video game addiction.
By Ashik Siddique | Mar 11, 2013 06:17 PM EDT
Research on frustration in male college students finds that those kept from stealing and cheating are more likely to find violent video games appealing.
By Ashik Siddique | Feb 28, 2013 05:04 PM EST
Motion-sensing Wii video games help surgeons practice complicated surgeries.
By Amber Moore | Jan 17, 2013 10:06 AM EST
A study from Australia reports that video games may be better for children than TV.
By Makini Brice | Jan 09, 2013 01:46 PM EST
Researchers say that video games can be allies in public health and can even boost physical activity in children.
By Amber Moore | Dec 21, 2012 04:49 PM EST
New research has suggested that playing video games may make some people better at social relationships and strengthen friendships.
By Nikki Tucker | Oct 10, 2012 03:58 PM EDT
Video game systems such as the Nintendo Wii have been proven to be a moderate to vigorous form of exercise. Researchers have stated it may actually burn enough calories to qualify as a healthy way to exercise. A new study now suggests it may also improve balance in older people and help them avoid falls.
By Nikki Tucker | Oct 08, 2012 06:01 PM EDT
If your teenager plays violent video games he or she is more likely to be aggressive, new research proposes.
By Amy Norton | Oct 02, 2012 11:14 AM EDT
Kids may spend too much time in front of the TV, but "active" video games are getting some of them on their feet and moving.
By Christine Hsu | Sep 07, 2012 03:09 PM EDT
Violent video games in which players slaughter virtual enemies can actually be good for you, according to a new study that reveals that the games serve as kind of a pain killer as they can boost a person's pain threshold by 65 percent.