Warnings for gamers

The family of a man from Sheffield killed by a blood clot after spending hours playing computer games are stepping up their campaign to save the lives of others.Chris Staniforth was 20 when he died. Now a charity's backing his father's fight to raise awareness.

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Computer games death

After his son, an avid computer games player, died from a pulmonary embolism, Chris Staniforth's father David began campaigning about the dangers associated with excessive periods of sedentary activity.