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Researchers at Stanford University recently found that #fitnesstrackers, including #Fitbit, don't provide the most accurate calorie counts. With that in mind, it's not all that surprising that several wearable makers are shifting from consumer trackers to clinical health products. Specifically, Fitbit is building tools to help diagnose and monitor #sleepapnea. Check out the CNBC article below to learn more about these tools and how they will work. Are you likely to purchase a device that can track and maybe even interpret #health information? Why or why not? Let us know in the comments!www.cnbc.com/2017/06/20/fitbit-is-going-after-sleep-apnea-to-expand-beyond-fitness-tracking.html ... See MoreSee Less
Fitbit is going after sleep apnea as dominance in fitness tracking wanes
Fitbit wants to use its devices to detect sleep apnea, a condition that afflicts millions.
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