Faith lost in Fitbits


Activity trackers do not appear to improve health even with cash incentives, a year-long study has found Regularly using an activity tracker or pedometer does not increase activity levels in a way that benefits health, according to a randomised trial involving 800 full-time workers. Researchers recruited people aged 21 to 65 years old and measured

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