Is Pokemon Go helping stop suicide at hotspot in Japan?

“The Pokemon Go effect is huge,” he told Japanese news website Dot (in Japanese). “I hope we can continue at this pace with zero suicides.” Vicki Skorji, director of Tell Lifeline, a counselling and mental health service for Japan’s international community …
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