Interesting digital health stories clinicians will actually care about. This week, we see a former digital health pioneer bite the dust, NASA’s plan for health in space, and more.
Extensive review of the key health apps to prescribe to patients based on their disease pathology and their health needs.
Pebble is encouraging industry standard algorithms for activity tracking.
Researchers used pedometers data to predict detailed exercise information from simple validated activity questionnaires.
A physician review of the Jawbone Up Move and which patients it could be useful for.
Guide to cheaper but high quality alternatives to every Fitbit product.
Fitbit’s new activity trackers will contain high level features, possibly recruiting elite athletes.
The looming Apple Watch has the wearable health market responding with a flurry of activity.
Jawbone’s Up will integrate data from all of your devices, a strategy that makes the wearable patient friendly
Several weeks ago, hardware manufacturer Jawbone surprisingly released UP Coffee, a simple, free iOS app that promised to be the simplest way to understand how caffeine affects your sleep.
Just two days after announcing the new Galaxy Gear smartwatches will incorporate heart rate sensors, Samsung revealed their next revision of their flagship Galaxy S smartphone will prominently feature health tracking along with its brand-new companion fitness bracelet, the Gear Fit. The Gear Fit incorporates a heart rate sensor and a curved, touchscreen AMOLED display […]
On their 2 year anniversary, GymPact expanded their offerings for earning money with health living by introducing two new pacts focused on healthy eating.