Japan reaches out to students who spend excessive time on Internet

Concern over widespread Internet addiction among young people in Japan has led to the establishment of "fasting camps" at outdoor sites staffed by professionals who help students take steps toward a more active life. The government will promote research into students' relationships with the Internet, and money will be sought for immersion programs that reduce screen time.

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