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John Hancock will soon use wearable fitness trackers as part of its life insurance programs. Here's why that's a bad idea.
It was a fluke find, but it's sparked fears among some security experts.
The phone features wireless charging, an infrared camera and special hardware for facial recognition.
Take a deep breath. Ten years ― that’s how long it’s been since the first iPhone arrived. It launched a new era, a juggernaut
Insights from neuroscience and brain health are transforming medicine, psychology, and a range of other fields—including
Dog owners walked about 23 minutes longer each day than non-dog owners, 119 minutes versus 96 minutes on average.
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One of the worst things you can do to your body is doing nothing at all and unfortunately, a sedentary lifestyle has become
The personal health data of 30 million Americans has been compromised since 2009.
For anxious high-achievers, adding one more metric is something to lose sleep over.