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CNBC reports that Apple has compiled a secret team that is working on streamlining out medical records for the iPhone, turning it into a hub for lab results, prescriptions, and doctor's visits.
Apple wants to develop the "holy grail" in diabetes: non-invasive, continuous glucose monitoring.
Results from Cardiogram’s mRhythm study indicate that the Apple Watch’s heart rate sensor can accurately recognize atrial fibrillation, which often has no symptoms but can lead to stroke.
ShapeScale creates a photorealistic avatar of your body down to a millimeter of accuracy, providing a wealth of information for body builders, fitness freaks, and people who just want to lose weight.
Beddit uses a $150 sleep monitor to track your sleeping patterns, down to how much you snore.
Fitbit is reportedly developing a smartwatch and pair of wireless earphones to take on Apple.
A new report claims Apple has a secret team of biomedical engineers working on helping diabetes patients with non-invasive, continuous glucose monitoring.
The 47th vice president is recruiting the tech industry to work on what he believes is the most pressing issue of our time: curing cancer.
A continuous heart rate monitor, deep sleep-tracking insights, and seven days of battery life make the Alta HR a serious contender for best fitness band on the market.
Withings devices are rebranding under the Nokia name as Nokia overhauls the Withings Health Mate app and launches a next-level version of Apple’s CareKit and ResearchKit initatives.
Fitbit is adding a Facebook-like social feed for fitness.
Want to become a better boxer? There's an app—and a wearable device—for that.
Misfit's first touchscreen smartwatch has GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4GB of music storage, a heart rate monitor, and every other feature you think of.
Who needs self-esteem anyway?
The Kérastase Hair Coach combines beauty expertise with health technology for a device we’re not sure anyone needs, but we still want to try.