Month: February 2014

5 Fitness Apps That Actually Get Results

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Getting fit no longer requires a pencil-and-paper workout plan or a hardback diet book -- just your smartphone.

You get paid! The days of being paid to work out have finally come! Compatibility: iPhone and Android; Cost: Free Health.com: 43 vegetarian recipes we love 3. Weight Watchers Mobile Sure, you’ve heard of Weight Watchers, but there’s a reason this company has been around so long.
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Apple May Be Developing Fitness-Tracking Headphones

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We have zero issue coming up with things that we want to do that we think we can disrupt in a major way, Cook said. The challenge is always to focus to the very few p90X3 workouts that deserve all of our energy. In December 2013 Apple reportedly met with senior agents of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the regulatory body charged with overseeing food safety, sales of medication and the approval of medical devices in the US. The meeting involved Michael OReilly, previously the chief medical officer of a medical sensor company called Masimo, who joined Apple last year, as well as Bakul Patel, a senior policy adviser who drafted the FDAs mobile medical app guidance and plays a role in medical gadget approval. Feeding Healthbook It is clear that Apple is looking at medical applications for its apps and hardware at the very least. Health and fitness tracking could be one of the primary new focuses for Apples next mobile software update.
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Broadcom Intros Global Location Chip for Fitness Wearables

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