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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.
The watch isn't as delicate as Apple would have you believe.
ResearchKit apps started strong and continue to keep patients coming back, two months after the novelty has worn off.
Glenn, Susie, and Caitlin all have their Apple Watches...and plenty of opinions about them. We praise some things, complain about others, and try to explain what it all means for you.
Apple is collaborating with medical researchers to develop iPhone apps that could make DNA testing more convenient and widespread.
Using optical recognition and weight sensors, the Fitly SmartPlate promises to tell you exactly how much protein, carbs and fat you're eating in every meal. But will it really work?
Apple's support documents now warn that certain tattoos can cause problems with with heart rate readings.
With an Apple Watch on your wrist, you won't need a run-of-the-mill step-counting band.
Nutrition-tracking comes to one of our favorite health apps, but don't expect calorie counts.
Apple's green LEDs aren't a major departure from other fitness trackers, though the addition of infrared light could help conserve battery life.