Does "Pokemon Go" demonstrate the winning mHealth formula?

"Pokemon Go," an augmented reality (AR) game developed by Niantic for mobile devices, has made a big splash in the news during the past few weeks. The game, which allows users to catch Pokemon in the virtual world as they travel the real world, has been praised for its ability to get users to be ...

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