As a data geek, I have been quantifying my health for over a decade, measuring different aspects of my life in order to improve it. Although it has been a long process, I also managed to optimize my sleep with technology. Are you curious, how?
Millennials are more prone to health issues than their parents and more eager to urge others to change their habits to live a healthier life. These are just some of the findings of a survey about health attitudes, the result of the first collaboration between me and a talented, curious high-school student. I believe it is the beginning of a beautiful friendship…
Throughout the last couple of years, I have tested and used about 40 devices and gadgets that measure health parameters or vital signs. Here are my advices for companies and start-ups eager to develop wearable health trackers.
Exactly twenty years ago, I felt the need to change my lifestyle for having better health on the long run. As I am hooked on data, I created a system in a simple excel spreadsheet to monitor my vital signs and my progress towards my set of goals. Let’s, peak into it!
The Viatom CheckMe promises to bring the medical tricorder to life by measuring ECG, blood oxygen level, body temperature, step count and many other health parameters. Let’s see how it works in practice!
The biggest tech event of the year, CES brought stunning new health technologies to the stage in 2017 as well. Let me show you the most promising new gadgets, sensors and wearables in medicine!
Stroke is a global health problem that can only be fought with prevention. An innovative company developed a tiny gadget called WIWE exactly for these reasons. It is able to measure ECG, blood oxygen level and pulse, while assessing health risks associated with stroke. Here, let me show you my detailed WIWE review.