Capturing your health: View your past in a PHR on a laptop, view your present via a wrist tracker, see your future with virtual reality (VR).

Capturing the Past, Present, and Future of your Health: PHRs, Trackers, and Virtual Reality

Thanks to technology, you now have the ability to look back at the history of your health with personal health records (PHRs) and to track your health in real time with sensors. Soon you’ll be able to glimpse the future of your health with virtual reality (VR). Looking back PHRs let you archive your health […]

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Self-Tracking Data: HealthCampDC Perspective

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How do you know what's normal?  How do you win? How do you…
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…
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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.
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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.
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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…
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TEDx MidAtlantic 2010: What if?

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