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The best sleep trackers you can buy in 2019

Can't get enough a proper night's rest? A sleep tracker might be just what you need. Here are the best you can buy in 2019.
Suzana DalulSeptember 5, 2019101 shares
 

10 best cooking apps and recipe apps for Android!

Cooking up a good meal can be fun and good food always makes you feel better. Check out the best cooking apps for Android for some excellent recipes!
Joe HindyJuly 27, 2019423 shares
 

10 best health apps for Android!

Getting healthy is important and your smartphone can help! You can help get fit using these awesome Android health apps.
Joe HindyJuly 6, 2019536 shares
 

Comcast wants to monitor your health. Yes, that Comcast.

If there's any company you want eyeing your health, it's likely not Comcast.
C. Scott BrownMay 22, 2019153 shares
 

Nokia’s two-year-old Digital Health arm might be in trouble

Nokia's Digital Health arm, formerly known as Withings before Nokia bought it out, may not be doing so well. Nokia might be looking to sell it off.
C. Scott BrownFebruary 16, 2018190 shares
 

(Update: No it won’t) Going to McDonalds right now might actually improve your fitness

McDonalds latest Happy Meal "toy", aimed at getting people moving, has backfired. The company has prematurely cancelled its latest toy.
Kris CarlonAugust 18, 201619 shares
 

Google Fit just got a massive update

Google Fit has received a major update and visual overhaul, adding a lot more color, plus better goals and a new activity timeline.
Kris CarlonJune 28, 2016552 shares
 

“Transient smartphone blindness” is officially a thing, two cases detailed already

Doctors in the UK have identified a new condition dubbed "transient smartphone blindness" based on the cases of two separate women.
Kris CarlonJune 23, 2016734 shares
 

Google rolling out symptom searches to help determine what ails you

Is that rash just a reaction to the new detergent or a life-threatening malignancy that is about to change the course of your life? Google wants to help.
John DyeJune 20, 2016375 shares
 

Mobile phones don’t cause brain cancer after all: study

A new 30-year study out of Australia claims that there is no correlation between increasing usage of cell phones and incidences of brain cancer.
Kris CarlonMay 9, 20162419 shares
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