Gastroenterology

College men who play video games have unhealthier diets



College-aged men who played video games consumed less healthier foods than their nongaming peers, according to data presented at Nutrition 2020 Live Online.
The explosive growth of the video game industry requires an understanding how it affects users’ health and lifestyle, Dustin G. Moore, graduate student at the University of New Hampshire, told Healio Primary Care.

“Video game usage has been studied extensively in children and adolescence, less in adults, and to our knowledge not at all in college students,” he said. “Because college students are presented with a

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