Don't-Miss Health and Fitness Stories
The $130 fitness band puts a stylish spin on activity-tracking.
Pressure sensors and accelerometers in the sole track all sorts of metrics, like your running pace and whether you're striding properly.
These shorts work with a sensor and an iPhone app to help you become a better runner.
Want to improve your run? These shorts (together with an app) help you improve your form and stride.
This $99 Bluetooth device measures both body fat and muscle quality.
An e-ink display shows your activity progress and the time, but that's about it.
Blaze has a color display and 5-day battery life, but no GPS.
MocaCare's new gadget makes it simple to detect your heart rate, blood oxygen level, and cardiovascular health.
This smart thermometer takes readings from your forehead and syncs with an app you can show your doctor.
Built-in step and sleep tracking comes to the Pebble Time, Pebble Time Steel, and Pebble Time Round.
Forgetting to enter exercise mode is no longer an issue for the Fitbit Charge HR and Surge.
Just in time for the holidays, Withings has a new $170 fitness tracker that looks like a Swiss timepiece.
Responding to customer complaints, Jawbone will add automatic sleep tracking to its Up line of trackers, among other new features.
Medical researchers have developed a ResearchKit app to better understand the health needs of LGBT people.
Got Apple Watch questions? Come on in.
Huawei will be the first dedicated fitness tracker to support Jawbone's app and coaching features.
Cur takes time-tested TENS technology, and puts it on a simple patch to block pain signals at their source.