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Chinese youth gaming addiction Issue

Following the gaming restrictions, Douyin, China’s version of TikTok, banned under-14s from using the platform for more than 40 minutes a day. But with winter coming and another surge in Covid cases in the country, children are spending more time at home – and some parents have allowed them access to their accounts, to keep them entertained. Concerns about screen time were heightened by Covid lockdowns and the switch to online learning. Young people in China have curbed their addiction to video games. What are the health implications for spending mot of your time on screens ?

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