Article Excerpt: Diabetes, and other chronic conditions like cancer or cardiovascular disease, require a lifetime of management. In recent years, a slew of wearable devices such as glucose monitors, activity trackers, heart rate monitors, and pulse oximeters have been adopted by patients and health care providers to track and manage these conditions more effectively. These devices are also a rich source of data that can be analyzed to better understand the factors and behaviors that lead to improved health outcomes. “But they’re vastly underutilized,” says Temiloluwa Prioleau, assistant professor of computer science and co-director of the Augmented Health Lab, which is focused on bridging this gap.
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Article Source: Dartmouth News