96 million Americans have pre-diabetes. That's nearly 1 third of the US population. 80% of those people don't even know they have prediabetes. Why is this important?
How can your primary care provider help you find your health baseline? A couple different things. First, you want to check your sugar. Your blood glucose level or hemoglobin A1C will help tell you how your sugar's doing.
Have you ever heard or said this before, "I just burned 400 calories on the treadmill. Now I get to eat an extra 400 calories." Here are three reasons that will hopefully push you away from that sort of mentality.
We’re going to talk about three health indicators that are tracked by your wearable. Outlining how they can be used to improve your health and help you live longer, backed by scientific research.
Fitbit is a wildly popular wearable personal fitness and wellness device that’s become more advanced as newer models have launched over the years. Today’s Fitbit offers a gambit of features and functions, including options for tracking activity and workouts, diet, hydration goals, sleep tracking and more.
The Apple Watch 6 is still rolling big more than a year after its initial launch date, which touted impressive wellness and fitness functionality, and vast hardware improvements, including a S6 System in Package (SiP) and an always-on altimeter, to name a few.