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1. Fitness Trackers:
Quantifying lifestyles not only enables greater self-awareness and leads to behavior modification, but also provides raw data for physicians to make more informed decisions.
2. Specialised Clothing:
Sensor-laden clothing can unobtrusively track users during all types of specialised activities—sharing the data with coaches, parents, or health professionals.
3. Smart Watches:
Smart watches are becoming not only more ubiquitous, but more sophisticated—adding new sensors and computing capabilities that connect users to medical research studies.
4. Mobile Cameras:
High-res images can be processed by algorithms to identify issues, while live video allows face-to-face communication between patients and distant doctors.
5. Connected Devices:
Smartphone peripherals and smart household products provide remote monitoring and diagnostic services, keeping family members and healthcare providers in the loop.
6. Embedded Tech:
Advanced technology—small enough to fit on a contact lens or be implanted under the skin—can continually monitor conditions and, in some instances, even dispense drugs.
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