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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, where 1 in 4 deaths occur due to a heart related condition. Research shows that modifying lifestyle factors like lack of exercise and...

Consumer Electronic Show is the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the market. From what is considered as the greatest gadget show on earth, this year’s CES2018 at Las Vegas showcased a bunch of pretty neat and “smarter than before” fitness wearables and...

The 2018 Consumer Electronics Show, a high-tech showcase last week in Las Vegas, included the latest advances in digital health, suggesting promising avenues for treatment. Tech firms looked into cash in on a digital health industry estimated at about $200 billion annually in areas ranging...

The new year is about to begin and it’s time to take some fitness resolutions. But how many of us are really able to stick to those resolutions, before we are ready for the new ones by the end of every year? So this time,...

A good night’s sleep is something we all cherish, as it keeps us upbeat, alert, and productive. But, it does not come easily to everyone. Some people fall asleep the minute they land in bed, but some have to struggle and toggle for hours before...

The wearable market is becoming increasingly dynamic, despite all the criticisms about reliability and security of data. With Fitbit going downhill, Apple and Xiomi are coming out as the new leaders in this domain in 2017. There are several other catchy wearables out in the market,...

1. Conversation coach for people suffering Asperger's Syndrome People suffering from Asperger's syndrome and those on the autism spectrum can struggle to engage with other people and topics outside of their own spheres of interest, making every social interaction for them a battle. Keeping up with conversations...