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Playing 'Pokemon GO' Makes You Live Longer

If you were one of those who like to play Pokemon GO [Free] quite often, congratulations, you're going to live longer. At least that's what a recent Stanford University-Microsoft study has shown. The study tried to quantify the impact of Pokemon GO on physical activity and did so by studying the effect of the game
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