ReStart Life aims to help US video game addicts

ReStart Life is the first treatment programme in the United States specifically targeting video game and internet addicts.

    ReStart Life is the first treatment programme in the United States specifically targeting video game and internet addicts.

    It is estimated more than 1.2 billion people play video games worldwide - some so much it interferes with normal life.

    Al Jazeera’s Allen Schauffler reports from Washington, DC.


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