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Yes, Your Smartwatch Changes How You Think About Your Health

Why that should make you reconsider wearing one

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The New York Times recently ran an op-ed by opinion editor Lindsay Crouse titled, I Ditched My Smart Watch and I Don’t Regret It. It begins with Crouse examining her relationship with her smartwatch — its transformation from helpful marathon partner into dependency-fueling symbiote…




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