One food entry at a time.
All of your workouts, all of your meals.
Blame a bug in Apple’s HealthKit.
Too much information can be hazardous to your health.
Apple has left the heavy lifting to fitness-app developers—and that may be a good thing.
Our wearables will inevitably talk to our appliances. We may not like what they have to say.
My scale has been stuck for months, and it’s my fault: If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. But the app that could help doesn’t yet exist.
The nutrition-and-exercise tracker is getting into one-on-one help.
Counting calories may be a thing of its past, as a winner emerges in the connected-health space.
Forget everything you’ve heard about “making good decisions.”
Lock in your commitment to yourself with apps and Web-based fitness tools.
Apps and gadgets can help you stick to a fitness regime. But they only take you so far.
The venture-capital firms behind Google and Facebook are backing a company that’s helped millions lose weight.