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Study: Video Games Might Help People with Dyslexia

Research suggests that action video games might help people with dyslexia,  a learning disorder that makes it difficult for some to read fluidly and comprehend what they read.   Experts say an estimated five to 10 percent of the population suffers from dyslexia, in which they write or perceive printed words and letters as backwards or transposed. In addition, people with dyslexia appear to have trouble managing competing sensory cues -- that is, they have difficulty shifting...

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