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Study finds that engaged Pokemon GO players getting over 25% more exercise than before

Want another good reason to stay engaged with Pokemon GO? A new study from Stanford University and Microsoft Research shows that Pokemon GO players are getting 26% more physical activity as compared to before the game existed. Play Pokemon GO more and get some added health benefits! Check out the full study here.
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