Lots of things can raise your blood pressure -- traffic jams, stressful days at work, pictures of mostly naked girls writhing on a bed of cherries. Apparently the latest in this list is videogames, according to a study found over at HealthDay News. Here's what they had to say about the topic (Via GamePolitics):
So what you're saying is that participating in a form of media that causes children to react will raise their blood pressure? Really? I really don't get these common sense studies, but since they seem to be all the rage I'll keep reading them and wondering when the breaking report that the sun is officially in the sky today is going to hit all the major news outlets.
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