The remote patient monitoring market saw a big jump in the last year, with 7.1 million patients in 2016 enrolled in some form of digital health program featuring connected medical devices as a core part of their care plan, according to new data.
Recent studies have shown that it is possible to reverse diabetes by targeting the fat in the pancreas or embarking on a low-calorie diet. Now, scientists at Kumamoto University have added another potential solution to the list: a wearable device that helps boost fat loss in obese patients.
Feel the difference: how wearable tech will take video gaming to a whole new level Wristbands and smartwatches that track your movements, earbuds that modify your performance according to heart rate - wearables will be integral to the virtual reality and biometric gaming experience
The global wearables market is continuing to grow, with 22.5 million devices shipped in the second quarter of 2016 alone, according to a new tracking report by the International Data Corporation (IDC). Top companies in the sector are Fitbit, Garmin, Apple and the Chinese company Xiaomi.
Its only a small part of the business, but digital healthcare is Under Amour Inc.s fastest-growing sales channel.For the year ended Dec. 31, Under Armour posted sales of web-connected fitness products of $80.4 million, an increase of 51% from sales of $53.4 million in 2015. In comparison overall sales for Under Armour increased year over …
US consumers are getting more comfortable using mobile devices to manage their health, a new study finds. Even in the face of privacy concerns, Americans are increasingly sharing medical information, sending photos to their doctors, using fitness or activity trackers, and using AI to become active players in their healthcare.
Can a #digital #health service help you reach your #weight goal? Only one way to find out.This is a study about the role of social interaction and different environments to achieve weight management goals, by improving your nutrition, activity
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