Necklace Monitors Your Eating [video]

Necklace Monitors Your Eating [video]

Researchers at UCLA have developed WearSens, a necklace that is designed to monitor your eating to help you achieve health goals. The device places a sensor above your sternum that can detect what and how much you eat and drink. Testing on 30 subjects found that it...
CES 2015: Hands-Free Shoes [video]

CES 2015: Hands-Free Shoes [video]

Not all wearable Health Tech devices need to have digital electronics. Case in point: the Quikiks shoes. Think about this for a moment. When people want to describe someone as being incredibly out of shape, they often say something like “He can’t even bend...
Two Thirds of U.S. Concerned about Weight

Two Thirds of U.S. Concerned about Weight

An new Harris poll commissioned by A&D Medical discloses that two out of three Americans are concerned about their weight, according to a MedCity News article. Only about half of those surveyed, however, were concerned about their blood pressure. And just over one...
Device Watches What You Eat

Device Watches What You Eat

Calories consumed minus calories burned. If the result is greater than zero, you will probably gain weight. If the result is less than zero, then you’ll probably shed pounds. Simple enough, but difficult to track. Fitness bands and other devices can do a pretty...