With all of the hype about Brain Age increasing neural plasticity and Dance Dance Revolution as a fitness tool, video games might be good for the mind and the body. USC is hosting an event where they are going to look at how games and health care can coexist. There are some interesting seminars at the event, which takes place May 9th (the Tuesday before E3), like “Research results for Helping Kids with Cancer using a Videogame” and “An Analysis of Multiple DDR Studies & Outcomes”. However attending the seminar is a bit pricey ($99!). At least USC students and faculty go in for free.

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