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Stanford and Microsoft: Games like Pokémon Go help you live longer

Your obsession with catching ’em all could keep you alive longer. Highly engaged Pokémon Go players are getting an average of 26 percent more physical activity than they were before playing the mobile game, according to a study from Stanford University and Microsoft Research available on the Cornell University Library. The experiment found that people who are “particularly engaged” 
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