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Computer exercise games ‘could help fight dementia’

Computer exercise games keep the brain and body fit - and could ward off dementia, experts have found.

So-called “exergames” - which combine physical exercise with interactive video game features - boost players’ mental and physical powers, a study revealed.

Features such as competition and three-dimensional scenery entice people to use the games more… Computer exercise games ‘could help fight dementia’   

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