November 27, 2019
Seniors that exercise more frequently and are not living with a chronic condition are more likely to be long term activity tracker users, according to a recent study published in Telemedicine and e-Health.
The study also found that women were more likely to be long term wearable activity tracker [WAT] users than men, and that individuals with a higher level of education were also more likely to...
March 9, 2016
A diabetes-focused behavioral health remote visits program can help participants who complete it to lower their levels of stress, anxiety, and depression, while increasing their frequency of glucose self-testing, according to a retrospective study of 466 people published in Telemedicine and eHealth.
The study was conducted by AbilTo, which offers a remote visits behavior health service. The...
October 22, 2015
Two small studies published results recently that found health-tracking smartphone applications can improve the patient's health.
One study, published in the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, found that people with spina bifida, a spine condition, who used a smartphone app to track their health improved their daily self-management of the condition....