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At least a few thousand people are interested enough in Apple's new ResearchKit framework to participate in a medical study.
Apple will not see any of the health data collected by apps developed with ResearchKit
Run, sleep, and live with them: we check out Lumoid's wearable home trial and speak with the company's founder.
With freedom from the FDA, app developers are prepping game-changing health apps.
Running, biking, and swimming in a single event? You'll need some training tools, and these apps are here to help.
Ready to get serious about your marathon training? Here are the apps that 12-time marathon runner Crystal Hadnott uses to train
This app makes customized fitness plans to help you meet your goals and push you to the next level.
With Superhero Workout out now and another new fitness game on the horizon, Six to Start shares its process and philosophy.
This fitness game has you complete high-intensity reps in order to save the world.
One of the most popular health tracking platforms has no plans to integrate with iOS 8.
These apps each bring something different to the table, delivering a well-balanced snapshot of your daily health routine.
Unlike Apple, Facebook doesn’t want to track your vitals. Yet.
Lark tracks your sleeping and fitness activity, and engages in quick conversations with you to keep you on track with your daily goals.
Apple has added a list of rules about how developers can use HealthKit, HomeKit, and keyboard data. And those rules could help it win over consumers.