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HealthWatch: Video Games Might Not Make Kids Violent; Daylight Saving Time May Be Bad

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HealthWatch: Video Games Might Not Make Kids Violent; Daylight Saving Time May Be Bad

HealthWatch: Video Games Might Not Make Kids Violent; Daylight Saving Time May Be Bad

A study shows violent video games may not bring out violent behavior in kids and sleep experts say daylight saving time may be bad for your health.

Dr. Mallika Marshall reports.


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