Wearable Health Trackers: Do They Work?

An estimated 44 million US adults will put on a wearable health device at least once a month this year–that’s 12% more adults than in 2016. The gadgets go beyond heart monitoring now, but they have yet to be studied at length. We tried new trackers in three categories to see how they perform.

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