Doctors Who Play Video Games Perform Better
If you're having surgery you might want to give your doctor an X-box right away.
According to Men's Health, surgeons who play video games make fewer mistakes during surgery and finish the job faster than doctors who have never touched a video game controller.
The reason I mention this is because September 12th is National "Video Games Day."
According to researchers at Beth Israel Medical Center, both gaming and operating require fine motor skills.
That's why doctors who grew up playing video games are often times more precise and efficient in the operating room.