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Check Out These 15 No-Closet and Tiny Closet Ideas That Work

Do you have a tiny closet? No closet at all? Getting ready isn’t any fun when there’s no organized space for your clothes. But don’t fret—there are …

Why breast milk is one of the most amazing thing in the world? - Brevity

Breast feeding leads to overall better health of the baby (and exclusive breast-feeding for at least first 6 months is recommended by WHO), but did …

Want to be overweight? Sleep late at night. - Brevity

Researchers at the University of California Berkeley , after following 3,342 adolescents into adulthood and examining their BMI and bedtimes …

20 years ago, it was much easier losing weight. - Brevity

A recent study in Obesity Research and Clinical Practice suggests that it’s much harder to lose weight now than it was 20 years ago given the same …

Simple ways to use smartphones without ruining your neck. - Brevity

We spend, on average, 5 hours everyday on our phones looking down at it. Looking down at our portable devices for so long can definitely cause stress …

Can headaches be cured without drugs? Here is how - Brevity

Popping aspirin time and again whenever you have headache can have safety risks as well as be expensive, especially if you constantly suffer from …

Here is what your feet can tell you about your body - Brevity

Your feet can tell a lot about your health.<p>Foot cramps – Most commonly, foot cramps signal dehydration. But it can also signal that you are deficient …

Here is why onions are great for your health - Brevity

Love onions or hate them but you can’t deny that they are super useful for leading a healthy life. Here are some reasons onion is great for your …

Here is the simplest trick to eat less - Brevity

Obesity continues to grow globally. Most of the nations have failed in their ambitious aim of curbing “childhood obesity”. Haven’t you tried to eat …

Wearables Won't Always Get You to Exercise More

Companies often tout the benefits of their wearable fitness technology with claims that a smartwatch or heart rate monitor can educate users about their fitness and health habits and motivate them to be more active. But a recent article by a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania says that …

​The Best Fitness Tracker for Every Need

Like many of you, I work in front of a computer. They’re powerful devices, but they also suck your will to live and trick you into never, ever …

‎EXACTivity Health Activity Tracker in Your Pocket: Track exercise, fitness and rest activity on the App Store

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.<p>iPhone Screenshots<p>Description<p>Note: You will need an iPhone 5s or newer for EXACTtivity to …

Meeting The Challenges In Mobile Health Innovation

<b>Editor’s note:</b> S<i>umit Mehra is CTO of Y Media Labs.</i><p>Preventing disease is the Holy Grail of modern medicine. Many diseases plaguing society today are chronic and brought on by lifestyle choices; others have their roots in genetic or environmental factors. Either way, the ability of the healthcare …

Withings Activité review: a slightly smarter watch

Pivotal Tracker 1 Fitness Tracker

The tracking device tracks your activity, sleep, and hydration. Most importantly, you only need to spend $12 for it. Like the feature? Let’s go on …

Fitness Technology

Polar's new tracker will help you reach your fitness goals without breaking the bank

The new Polar A300 fitness watch, announced at CES 2015, can track your daily activities and provide smart coaching.<p>Polar at the International CES trade show has announced a new dedicated fitness watch with all-day activity tracking. The A300 is a cousin to the M400, a well received product on CNET …

Garmin's stylish new fitness tracker is one you might actually want to wear

And you thought Garmin was done announcing wearables for the day. Well! You thought wrong, didn't you, Engadget readers! In addition to all those high-end sports watches the company unveiled just an hour ago, it's also showing off a lower-end wristband called the Vivofit 2. It's -- yep, you guessed …

Gymwatch's fitness strap can tell you when your reps are wrong

Doing a single exercise, like lifting a weight, is pretty easy. Doing an exercise well, on the other hand, is pretty hard. That's the idea behind Gymwatch, a fitness wearable that's designed both to tell you how many exercises you've done, but also if you've done any of them badly. After a …

The rise and fall of wearable fitness trackers

<i>Companies are betting big on wearable technology, but so far devices like Google Glass and fitness trackers have remained niche products. In this five-part series, we look at trends for 2015 and why Canada is poised to lead the wearable revolution. Read the first story here: Will 2015 be the year</i> …

Misfit and Swarovski team up on fashion wearable

LAS VEGAS — Misfit has partnered with the jewelry retailer Swarovski to create a hybrid health and fashion wearable. The wearable has a crystal face and a body made of aircraft-grade aluminum, the companies said. Inside, an accelerometer and the Misfit software are constantly monitoring the …

Wearable Tech

Lenovo enters the smart fitness band game with e-ink, water-resistant Vibe Band VB10

With a seven-day battery life and smartwatch notifications, the Vibe Band VB10 offers up another variation on the slightly smart fitness band formula...but it's not coming to the US.<p>LAS VEGAS -- Fitness band meets smartwatch: yeah, it's a well-trodden formula. Lenovo, however, hasn't made a splash …

Why Marc Benioff really, really loves Fitbit

When Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff took the stage at <i>Fortune</i>’s Brainstorm Tech dinner in Las Vegas Monday night, he used the opportunity to profess his …

Fitness Trackers Only Help Rich People Get Thinner

And even for people who can afford it, buying a FitBit doesn't lead to better health. Using it does.<p>Last year I bought a Lumo Lift, a device that tracks calories and buzzes whenever its wearer slouches. I wore it for about two weeks, wrote an article about it, and put it in a drawer. There it has …

Wearable Tech