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Children primed for gambling by online games

16 May - 6 mins
Podcast Series Newstalk Breakfast Highlights

Our children's brains are being wired to gamble online. That’s the view of Richard Hogan, Clinical Director of Therapy Institute and Columnist with the Irish Examiner who says laws that would protect our children are too slow in the making. Richard spoke to Ciara on the show this morning.

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