Fitness bands 'do not boost health': Study finds novelty of the gadgets mean users exercise more at first but it soon wears off 

Trendy fitness trackers do not actually improve your health, a study suggests.
Scientists found that even when those using a Fitbit device were offered cash incentives to exercise more, they did not do enough activity to benefit their health.
Modern wearable health gadgets - made by technology firms such as Fitbit, Jawbone and Misfit – sell in their millions.
The devices, worn on the wrist, arm or belt, estimate how active someone is by tracking the number of steps they take.
More sophisticated models also calculate calories burnt, heart rate and quality of sleep – and feed the data... read more

5 October 2016 in Health, Views: 37
Source: Daily Mail

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