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I love the Nintendo Wii, it keeps me fit. When I play 'Star Wars: The Force Unleashed' for only ten minutes I was already drenched in sweat. It's a great idea to let grandpa and grandma play the Wii. Not only will it give them the much needed exercise, it will also help connect them with their grandchildren.

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Retirement communities should definitely include games and entertainment in the list of activities that can be availed by their residents. Any form of physical activity is sure to benefit the health of the senior citizens.

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