Study: Teen gamers outperform medical residents in virtual surgery

Be careful mocking a teen playing video games. He or she may well be in a position to save your life someday.

A study at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston decided to pit a number of groups against each other to see who performed better using virtual surgery tools. The contestants? High-school sophomore gamers, college gamers and medical residents.

In the end, the high-school students won.

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