Tracking is not enough: Three things Apple’s Health app must do to make us healthier


Dr. Thomas J. Morrow is the Chief Medical Officer at aren’t hesitant to share their suspicions that health benefits of trackers are short-lived. Users may experience a quick boost from their Fuelband, FitBit, or Jawbone UP, but results soon plateau and they’re gives you a personalized plan that takes into consideration your goals and fitness level. As you log daily runs, the app knows to adjust the next day’s workout based on the results (or lack thereof) that it detects. Health needs to follow the lead of MY ASICS and other intelligent training apps and point the way to a...

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