Seniors playing computer games provides balance benefits


A new study released by Renae L. Smith-Ray, a scientist from the Center for Research on Health and Aging at the University of Illinois at Chicago said that “Because we know that degradation occurs with aging, in older participants we often consider interventions successful when they prevent or slow future decline.”

His study simply imply that seniors playing brain training computer games shows a much better way of walking and balance compared to those who are not playing games.

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