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Diary of a Food Tracker
Research shows that people who keep track of what they eat and weigh on a regular basis are more likely to succeed at losing weight and keeping it off. But as the food diary of Steve Lochner shows, food tracking and weight loss is far from simple.
« Clue », l’application qui t’aide à mieux vivre (et comprendre) tes règles
Clue is a beautiful and easy-to-use period & ovulation tracker. It predicts when your next period, fertile window and PMS will be, so you can make the right…
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Wearables are at the very cutting edge of consumer technology trends, but there are signs that the market is beginning to become more mature.
Making wearables more useful and smart homes less of a chore
Wearables might be set to get a whole lot more useful in future if research being conducted by Carnegie Mellon University’s Future Interfaces Group is.
New Report Details Latest EHR Issues Faced by Physicians
Do you ever wonder how physicians feel about their electronic health record (EHR) systems? Check out this survey about EHR issues encountered by doctors.
Embrace watch is a medical-quality device to monitor and detect seizures in epilepsy patients and alert their loved ones or caregivers in real time.
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Fitbit’s new partnership will bring diabetes monitoring to the Ionic smartwatch
Over the past couple of years, Fitbit has witnesses its signature fitness wearables slowly being eclipsed by the Apple Watch and other sm.
Medtronic develops glucose-data app for diabetics
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Wearable tech vanishes at CES
Smart insole maker The Lechal haptic inner soles are another example. Made by an Indian start-up, the kit links up to a smartphone via Bluetooth and vibrates under the wearer's feet to provide notifications. These include fitness-related alerts - triggered, for example, when an internet-paired rival runs faster - or directions, by buzzing the relevant foot.