Sensors stake their claim for mHealth's future

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Wearable mHealth devices depend on sensors to gather physiological data. In some cases, such as smartwatches, the technology hasn't developed enough to collect information that a healthcare provider would consider reliable. Other devices, such as body-worn sensors, are making great advances but come with limited uses. This infographic from Pathfinder Software (pathfindersoftware.com) takes a look at what will certainly be a rapidly developing mHealth technology. 

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NASA astronaut Scott Kelly checks out the Microsoft HoloLens aboard a space station on February 20, 2016. The device is part of NASA's project Sidekick, which is exploring the use of augmented reality to reduce crew training requirements and increase the efficiency with which astronauts can work in space. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)