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Stats: 73% of working Boomers use tech to meet a health goal-6377

Stats: 73% of working Boomers use tech to meet a health goal

An eye-opening report, "State of Digital Health: 2018 Annual Report," from digital health company Castlight provides results of a comprehensive survey on how employers and employees perceive and interact with health and wellness programs, apps and other tools.

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TechTalk: Virtual coaches, fitness trackers helpful after cardiac rehab-6352

TechTalk: Virtual coaches, fitness trackers helpful after cardiac rehab

Heart patients who participate in cardiac rehab programs typically do well during the program but tend to revert to sedentary lifestyles once the formal programs end, according to Duke University Medical Center researchers.

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TechTalk: Wellness gone wireless-6306

TechTalk: Wellness gone wireless

When it comes to telehealth, "the future is now," according to a report from telehealth provider MDLive that looks at trends and opportunities in this emerging area.

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Digitalization among key household market opportunities-6287

Digitalization among key household market opportunities

The rapid globalization of Internet access is digitalizing households "at an unprecedented rate," according to Euromonitor International's 2018 Global Overview of Homes, which focuses on market trends through 2030.

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Stats: Over 90% of 50+ adults own a computer or laptop-6283

Stats: Over 90% of 50+ adults own a computer or laptop

Older adults have "embraced technology" in their daily lives and are using a variety of devices to stay informed and connect with others, according to a survey from AARP Research.

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TechTalk: Visually impaired navigate VR with a cane simulation-6279

TechTalk: Visually impaired navigate VR with a cane simulation

A team of engineers from Microsoft, Cornell University, and the University of Washington have developed the "Canetroller," a device that enables blind or vision-impaired individuals to navigate virtual reality (VR) environments using a simulated white cane.

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