The astonishing studies just keep coming:
Boys who play video games on school days spend 30 percent less time reading and girls spend 34 percent less time doing homework than those who do not play such games, U.S. researchers said on Monday.
But they said video games do not appear to interfere significantly with time spent with family and friends.
All well and good, but how much does playing video games take away from precious TV-watching time? What shoddy research.