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How Badly Do @You Want a #Health Tracker?

If you haven’t heard of a fitness tracker  like Fitbit or the Apple watch – come out, come out from under your rock. I’ll admit this time last year, I was first introduced to Fitbit. But anybody who’s got one … Continue reading

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Have You Ever Lied To Your Doctor?

The US healthcare costs are among the highest in the world but the health of American’s doesn’t fit the bill. In light of this sad reality, a proposal has been made to expand the vital signs gathered in a healthcare … Continue reading

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Caffeine Naïve Folks Beware of Energy Drinks

If you’re not a regular consumer of caffeine, you may experience a dramatic raise in heart rate and blood pressure when consuming an energy drink.  Healthy people between the ages of 19 and 40, after measuring their resting heart rate … Continue reading

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iPhones Gathering Health Data for Research

Apple’s HealthKit software was recently debuted to allow apps that provide health and fitness services to share data with other apps. Some of the vital signs include: blood pressure, blood sugar, heart rate, calories burned, and sleep. That’s great but … Continue reading

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