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10 Weird Wearables That Monitor Your Health
The hottest wearable tech market is the health care market. View 10 of the weirdest wearables that monitor your health to learn more. See more »
Do people who wear fitness trackers really walk more?
Walking is a great form of exercise. Find out if wearing a fitness tracker will motivate you to walk more at HowStuffWorks. See more »
Are people who wear fitness trackers healthier than people who don't?
One in five Americans own wearable fitness trackers. Find out if people who wear fitness trackers are healthier than those who don't. See more »
How accurate are fitness trackers?
You believe your fitness tracker's data when it says you walked 10,000-plus steps. But is your fitness tracker accurate? Find out. See more »
Can you power your music player with your running shoes?
Imagine charging your music player with just your running shoes. Pretty cool, right? Find out if sneaker power is in our future. See more »
Can a shirt help me lose weight?
A smart shirt might help you lose weight. Find out how a shirt can help you stay in shape at HowStuffWorks. See more »
How can a bracelet track your heart rate?
Can you depend on a bracelet to track your heart rate while you're working out? Learn about heart rate bracelets at HowStuffWorks. See more »
Should people who use wearables be paid for their data?
If you're wearing a fitness tracker, you're likely providing the company that made it loads of data. Should you get paid for providing data? See more »
How Athos Clothing Works
Athos clothing analyzes your every workout move and ensures your performance is optimal. Learn more about how Athos clothing works. See more »
How Misfit Trackers Work
Misfit Trackers have garnered lots of plaudits for their sleek design and multiple color options. But how do they stack up on data collection? See more »
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