Violent video games could make kids more aggressive, study says
A Dartmouth College study found that children and teens who play violent video games are increasingly likely to be more physically aggressive in real life. TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones takes a closer look, sharing advice to parents if they see their kids acting out.
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