Tracking Food, Activity and Sleep

Wearable electronic health devices measure important health behaviors including physical activity, blood pressure, blood glucose and heart rate. They can also track food intake, time spent sleeping, body weight and give you the ability to share pertinent data with your health care provider. Our Johns Hopkins experts share examples of how wearable devices can help you reach your health goals.

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