by Richard My young dudes would tell me that video games are good for them. That is, they increase hand-eye coordination (as long as you count the thumb as a hand) and they actually learn stuff from the video games. The latest research, though, seems to show a decidedly different picture. Video game addiction is a [...]Share on Facebook
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by Richard Hey, look, dude! It’s another list. This time we’re talking about building up your thinkin’ muscles. 10: Eat dark chocolate. For some reason, eating dark chocolate prompts your brain to release dopamine, a neurotransmitter that helps to improve overall brain function. And it tastes great. 9: Get enough sleep each night. We’re talking [...]Share on Facebook