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The Age of Wearable Health Technology Is Upon Us


It used to be that technology that conforms to the human body and seamlessly integrates into your environment was stuff of science fiction movies. But if we’ve learned anything over the past 10 years, we know that science fiction is rapidly become science-fact. If you wanted to see what the near future held, all you […]

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SXSW 2013: How Zombies Are Helping Us Get Fit

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Zombies seem to be everywhere these days, from the big screen (Zombieland, 28 Days Later)  to the small screen (The Walking Dead), to the smallest screen (Plants vs. Zombies). And now they are invading our fitness regimes as well, thanks to a new app, Zombies, Run!, an app that combines immersive storytelling with video game […]

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A New Year’s Resolution That May Add Weight—To Your Brain


In 2012, I added running to my fitness routine. In addition to training a few times a week, I actually ran in eight 5K races and often finished ahead of people half my age, though I had to spike their water to do so. I took up running because, while I am interested in the […]

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