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- ViewWhen it's finalized, the measure should make it easier for people to access affordable hearing aids.
- ViewThe three-year roadmap would drastically strengthen existing recommendations from previous administrations.
- ViewNoom Mood is a four-month program on stress management.
- ViewThey could potentially take your temperature and even check your posture.
- ViewUnpacked Part 2 will focus on 'self-expression.'
- ViewIt's one of the best prices yet for a valuable health tool.
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- ViewYou'll need a yearly subscription to make full use of Amazon's fitness bands.
- ViewThe company basically added a screen to its Halo wearable.
- ViewIt uses your body's electrical conductivity to sense movement and activities.
- ViewSensors and algorithms could help detect depression, anxiety and cognitive decline.
- ViewMore like iPhone 12S, right?
- ViewYou might know if sounds are disrupting your sleep.
- ViewThe service will gain pilates workouts and guided meditations, too.
- ViewThey'll be available starting on October 20th.
- ViewYou no longer need a subscription to access the Beacon tool from your phone.
- ViewOfficials want to know how Peloton is reporting injuries.
- ViewThe sweat-proof cans feature JBL's audio tech.
- ViewECG and EDA sensors help you monitor your heart health and stress response.
- ViewSales were previously halted because of safety recalls.
- ViewThe latest version of the software references a device codenamed "Ceasar" and "Mazu."
- ViewIt even comes with a built-in "Red Room" filter.
- ViewThe feature currently works with machines from NordicTrack and CLBMR.
- ViewThe company temporarily limited access to prevent accidents.
- ViewEven a small business could put robots to use.