Don't-Miss Health and Fitness Stories
Apple and Nike partnered to make a running-focused edition of the Apple Watch Series 2, which will be available around the world this Friday.
Chest straps are uncomfortable and fitness bands can be unreliable, so Moov is putting a heart rate sensor on your temple.
The $175 Misfit Phase looks like an analog watch but is really an undercover activity tracker.
Health insurer Aetna said it plans to give employees 50,000 free Apple Watches and subsidize the cost of the mobile device for a select number of its largest customers in an effort to bolster its analytics-based mobile wellness and healthcare management programs.
Under Nokia, Withings is making its lineup of activity trackers smarter and more sophisticated.
The Charge 2 scores your heart health and helps you relax with deep breathing, while the Flex 2 goes from the swimming pool to an evening out.
Gliimpse's mission was to make electronic health records more accessible, while still protecting your personal data.
Philips' new health watch, body analysis scale, blood pressure monitors, and thermometer scream "medical device" in both form and function.
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Plenty of wearables track your heart rate, but not many use that data to get you help in an emergency.
Prefer swimming to running? Misfit's new Speedo Shine 2 tracks your laps, your sleep, and your steps.
More rest and more activity lead to a lower BMI.
Pebble gets serious about fitness, with two new smartwatches that track your heart rate. And the Core boasts GPS, 3G, and extra storage when you want to leave your smartphone behind.
Pebble's third-party smartstrap support allows for cool features like GPS.
For patients with chronic health conditions, this data-sharing platform could be a life-saver.