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On Games and Dental Health

A story on WalesOnline quotes new research suggesting that playing video games makes gamers "twice as likely to develop tooth decay and caries as those with more active lifestyles." The study comes from the British Dental Health Foundation, who are choosing to focus on the threat to UK teeth from video games, rather than lack of dental services.

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1. Re: On Games and Dental Health Apr 5, 2010, 11:11 BobBob
 
Is this cause and effect or correlation? I can see it being correlation considering that a great deal of gamers are morbidly obese and unhealthy.  
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