Stanford Study Reveals Tracker Band Flaws

Stanford Study Reveals Tracker Band Flaws

The task of measuring events, such as heartbeats, is relatively straightforward. When you try to infer information from a combination of measurements, however, it gets a bit trickier. It is possible that you end up missing key factors that are required in order to...
Study Proves Value of ECG Patch

Study Proves Value of ECG Patch

Patients who have experience a stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA) often experience an irregular heartbeat due to paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (PAF). This condition places the patient at higher risk of another stroke or TIA, but it can be difficult to detect...
Sleep Sensor Includes Blood Oxygen [video]

Sleep Sensor Includes Blood Oxygen [video]

One of the recurring themes here on Health Tech Insider is that the path for success for wearable devices is to add features and do more. Take sleep sensors as an example. Most of them track your motion while you sleep, and some will also track heart rate. From this...
Heart Rate May Predict Fertility

Heart Rate May Predict Fertility

Many couples across the U.S. and around the world want to have children but they struggle with getting pregnant. There are many products that purport to detect peak fertility for prospective mothers, but many — such as basal temperature systems — are...
Telemedicine Heads to Sea

Telemedicine Heads to Sea

Telemedicine helps deliver medical care to under-served populations. We tend to think of under-developed regions or sparsely populated rural areas as being the primary targets for these services, but there’s another population that can benefit from remote access...
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