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Study: Got Angry Birds on the brain? You might be better off that way

Study: Got Angry Birds on the brain? You might be better off that way

You keep doing you, Angry Birds addicts. According to a nearly six-year study released by the Archives of Neurology, playing mentally-stimulating...
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BrainJewel on Facebook tests your brain in math and memory tasks

BrainJewel on Facebook tests your brain in math and memory tasks

While many Facebook gamers have left school behind a long time ago, Chinese game developer TribePlay is hoping to reinvigorate our brains, testin...
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