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Monday, 18 June 2007 10:46

Wiideo Games getting too physical

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Bad for your health


Players of
video games are starting to show up at their doctors with sports related injuries, according to the Daily News Journal.

The article seems to pick on the Nintendo Wii, which does warn in its manuals that player could end up with repetitive motion injuries and iyestrain. Playing video games can make your muscles, joints, skin or eyes hurt, the manual says.

Players complain that after a few rounds of Wii Boxing, Wii Tennis and Wii Bowling, they start to really feel sore in my right tricep and my right thigh muscles.

There is a site called wiihaveaproblem.com which reveals pictures of injuries endured by players as a result of indulging in video gaming.

More here.
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