Pokemon Go could help you live longer

STUDY: Pokémon Go craze has a big impact on Americans' physical activity

(CNN) – Pokémon Go is turning into an unintentional fitness app – motivating sedentary players to get up and move. A new study from Microsoft Research found that frequent users of the popular app took 26% more steps than they did before playing Pokémon Go. Researchers estimate that Pokémon Go has added 144 billion steps to U.S. physical activity. The most drastic…

Pocket Monster Madness

Growing concerns arise over the hottest new mobile app.

  A mobile game downloaded more than five million times since first being released last Thursday, Pokémon Go, is now being linked to a rash of injuries, a robbery, and one user finding a dead body. Pokémon Company International and Niantic (the app’s creators) warn all players to avoid going out on excursions alone and to always be mindful of…

‘Pokemon Go’ Causing Real-World Injuries

'Pokemon Go' Causing Real-World Injuries

The new ‘Pokemon Go’ app has surpassed Tinder as the most popular app, but unfortunately it’s coming at a cost.  Various incidents across the country have officials worried.  A Wyoming teen was led to a dead body from the app, and a teen in Missouri was robbed after being lured to an isolated area.