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A morning jog paired with a good tracker to monitor the calories you’ve burned may go a long way to handling these little occasional slip ups we all have. But so far there isn’t a tracker which can settle the age old running question: Should I eat breakfast before I go running or not?Continue Reading
Healthcare is changing faster than it ever has before. In large part, it is because of smartphone apps and mobile devices. These exciting products let people take their health into their own hands. We spend a lot of time measuring steps, moods, heart rates, blood pressures, and even more complicated things like glucose (sugar) levels. The past several months have been exciting as the FDA approved iPhone EKG devices/apps and most recently, a wireless digital stethoscope. The mobile app and device market is changing, moving from providing individuals information about themselves, to giving doctors the key information they need.Continue Reading
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Wellocracy: What kind of tracker(s) (device/app) are you using and when did you start wearing it?
Emily: I wear a Garmin Forerunner 10 watch. I got it for a birthday present two years ago and I have been using it to track my runs ever since! I connect it to my laptop and use the Garmin Connect Mobile program to track my workouts.