Joann Stevelos, MS, MPH

Children's Public Health Specialist

Dr Daniel Sher

Clinical Psychologist

Matthew Olesiak, MD

Resident Psychiatrist

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Jun 10, 2018

Is online gaming the answer?

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We trust children networks on TV to educate and stimulate our children, often without the supervision of a parent. So why can't we implement these teaching methods to online gaming? This way devices can be brought onto the playing fields to see their hard work pay off on the go.

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