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Why it’s Easy to Fool Your Activity Tracker and What You Can Do About It

What quirky activities have you done that your activity tracker falsely counted as steps? What about playing the drums, folding napkins, or directing a choir? How about opening and closing the refrigerator door? These are all activities that netted people “steps.” If you’re like the majority of people in a recent survey, you consider accuracy […]

NASA Tweetup with Astronaut Doug Wheelock
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9 Key Social Media Tips from a NASA Tweetup

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"Pretty awesome. RT @ageekmom: @NASATweetup How's it feel…
Self-tracking and sensors
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Self-tracking, Sensors, and mHealth: Trends and Opportunities

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mHealth offers the perfect platform to merge self-tracking and biosensors. Toss in social networking and you have the trifecta of 'track, share and compare' at people's fingertips.
Frozen bubble / crystal ball
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7 Health 2.0 Trends for 2011

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As we move from Health 2.0 to Health Squared, here are 7 trends I see on the horizon that encompass genetics, Groupon, statistics, mHealth, and Project Runway.
BlackMagic by John J. Jarvis on Flickr
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mHealth Summit 2010: A context check list

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"Involve end users at the very beginning." – Walter Curioso,…

Chapstick, morphine, and good-byes: Engage With Grace

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Surrounded by his professional books and photo albums of…
Composite image of brain MRIs
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TEDx MidAtlantic 2010: What if?

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This year's stellar TEDx MidAtlantic was about our choices…