Clinic Addresses Video Game Addictions Video gamers who say they're addicted to playing can now seek help at a rehabilitation facility. Some mental health professionals at the facility in Washington State say that video game addiction should be treated as a disability.
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Clinic Addresses Video Game Addictions

Clinic Addresses Video Game Addictions

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Video gamers who say they're addicted to playing can now seek help at their own rehabilitation facility. Some mental health professionals at the facility in Washington State say that video game addiction should be treated as a disability.

Sara Lerner reports for KUOW in Seattle.