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New report says video game addiction can be a disease — one mom speaks out

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The World Health Organization recently classified “gaming disorder” as a potentially serious mental health condition, with some experts saying video games can have the same addictive qualities as drugs or alcohol. NBC News' Tom Costello sits down with one mother who had to seek help for her teenage son.