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  • Walgreens and WebMD launch health advisor
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Walgreens and WebMD launch health advisor

With 100,000 health apps on the market, people are increasingly tracking their vitals on their smartphones – signalling new opportunities for health brands. A partnership between America’s largest pharmacy chain Walgreens and health service WebMD capitalises on this behaviour.

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