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Gaming Addiction: WHO recognises it as a mental health condition

Now you may think playing video games is just harmless fun, but those who play compulsively can now be classified as having a mental disorder. The World Health Organisation has released proposed guidelines to upgrade obsessive gaming to a mental health condition. Sarah Morice reports.

Gaming disorder recognised by WHO

Gaming disorder recognised by WHO

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