Unfortunately, there is no single pill that can reduce the risk of all common chronic diseases at once… There is, however, something that most everyone can do to lower their risk of these life-threatening conditions for the long-term. It’s free, and much easier than you might think.
Category: Techie Med
This past weekend I had the opportunity to attend the Hackaday #Superconference. This event was the first of it’s kind and hosted by the people behind the successful niche website, Hackaday.com. I was really excited to be invited to attend this event because I’ve been reading the site almost daily since 2006, and I have had a few of my pet projects featured on the website in the past. Events like these (i.e. Makerfaire, Defcon, etc…) remind me that future progress in Medicine is dependent on the intersection and convergence of many different (and sometimes surprising) fields of science, engineering, and art.
The Internet has been ablaze with reports of Apple Watch users posting photos of “burns” they have received from their Apple Watch. Many people have reported that they felt heat from the watches that eventually burned them – but could there be a more likely culprit?
I said it. I’ll say it again. Wrist-worn heart rate monitors (HRM) suck. With the explosion of fitness tracking in the recent years, I can’t help but notice that the technology has barely improved. Millions have been put into making consumer devices that look better, sell better, and present the same poor data in more beautiful ways.