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**COMMERCIAL IMAGE** In this photo provided by the American Heart Association and Nintendo of America, David Young of Nintendo, right, and mother of four Erica Maynard, of Newport News, Va., demonstrate how active-play video games like Wii Fit Plus can help consumers build a healthy lifestyle at a press event Monday, May 17, 2010 in New York. The American Heart Association and Nintendo announced today that they are joining forces to promote physically active play. (David Goldman/AP Images for American Heart Association and Nintendo of America)
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**COMMERCIAL IMAGE** In this photo provided by the American Heart Association and Nintendo of America, David Young of Nintendo, right, and mother of four Erica Maynard, of Newport News, Va., demonstrate how active-play video games like Wii Fit Plus can help consumers build a healthy lifestyle at a press event Monday, May 17, 2010 in New York. The American Heart Association and Nintendo announced today that they are joining forces to promote physically active play. (David Goldman/AP Images for American Heart Association and Nintendo of America)

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