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Walgreens study studied a group comprised of patients who used the mobile pill reminder and had oral antidiabetic, antihypertensive or antihyperlipidemic medications. The research found that utilization of the Walgreens mobile app pill reminder was 12.3 percent higher for oral antidiabetics, 11.3 percent higher for antihypertensives and 9.1 percent higher for antihyperlipidemics.


  Both internet-based and mobile-based programs can help people become more physically active, eat better and achieve modest weight loss over 3-12 months,

Ashkan Afshin, lead study author & acting assistant professor, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
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