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1. PolarA360: from POLAR the earliest in wearable technology. The Finnish company POLAR that built the world’s first wireless, wrist-based heart rate monitor in 1982 and in 2002 created the first cloth heart rate strap has launched a modern day fitness tracker, PolarA360. The PolarA360 is an...

We believe the Open Source movement is the biggest breakthrough in software development. Open Source is allowing many projects to unreachable standards for any enterprise. At gethealth.io we are also using vary open source projects and libraries. While using them we needed to extend and add more functionalities....

1. Migraine Control Wearable: Cefaly Technology relaunches Rx-only Cefaly Technology on Monday relanuched its "wearable" for the treatment of migraines after undergoing a massive makeover, the company announced. Cefaly I, which gained popularity for its unique headband-like shape, is now three-quarters its size, fits in the palm of a...

1. XEED: Wearable Device For Hunting Down Parkinson's Alfredo Muniz and Sade Oba, an engineering duo, at the University of Pennsylvania are developing a wearable device that is aimed to aid detection of tremors with people who have Parkinson's. Recently the duo began a startup called XEED...