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My wife curses me with every watchOS update

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Wearables won’t replace your therapist, but they could help with mental health

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Tech Shortcuts for Life

Data on your wrist is helpful, but always consult your doctor if you feel sick

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A decent smartwatch that helps improve health and fitness

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Researchers are working on a wearable that can track cough patterns

Photo: Northwestern University


The Muse S meditation headband provides data but not solutions

Muse S tracks brain activity, sleep, and more. Images: Muse S


We talked to the team behind the new Fitbit Sense, a $329 smartwatch dedicated to tracking your health

Graphic illustration of a person wearing a Fitbit watch that has a holographic covid coming out of it.
Graphic illustration of a person wearing a Fitbit watch that has a holographic covid coming out of it.
Illustration: Sandro Rybak


Health tracking and stress management are front and center

Images: Thomas Smith

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