Wearables are available in all shapes and sizes, from the inconspicuous Fitbit Zip to the immediately noticeable Apple Watch. One factor that connects most of them, apart from the ability to tell the time, is fitness and health tracking. The health features are basic at the moment, but might not be for long, according to […]
You might not be as active or as fit as your fitness wearable device is telling you. According to a new scientific study, many such leading wearables are inaccurately reporting the amount of calories burned each day compared to traditional calorie counting methods, As reported by Mobi Health News, JAMA Internal Medicine published a scientific […]
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