How effective are wireless health devices at keeping consumers healthy?
“That’s the big question,” said Steven Steinhubl, MD, Scripps Health director of digital medicine, in a recent Consumer Reports article.
With hundreds of gadgets on the market for tracking a wide array of body activities and vital signs, consumers are often left wondering which ones actually work.
Consumer Reports reviewed four wireless health devices that were all found to be accurate at what they claim to do — tracking blood pressure, blood sugar and physical activities.
Read the Consumers Reports article: Health Gadgets That Really Work