Violent video games do not cause aggression in adolescent psychologists

February 15, 2019

Violent video games do not cause aggression British scientists have found that violent computer games do not make the child aggressive in real life. Violent video games do not make children violent, found psychologists from Oxford, says Royal Society Open Science. Up to six out of ten British teenagers play video games with scenes of violence. For the study, researchers selected a thousand 14-15-year-old volunteers.

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The name of the new danger of sweet and fatty foods

February 15, 2019

Scientists have identified a new danger eating sweets With this diet the human body is more susceptible to sepsis, claim scientists from the United States. Eating foods that are high in fat and sugar may significantly increase the risk of death from sepsis. This is the conclusion reached by scientists at Portland state University. U.S. researchers conducted experiments on mice.

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