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The Internet of Health and Wellness Things is HereThe Internet of Health and Wellness Things is Here

Forget wearables; these products turn everyday objects into connected health and wellness devices.

January 12, 2016

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The Internet of Health and Wellness Things is Here

Forget wearables; these products turn everyday objects into connected health and wellness devices. 

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Health and wellness wearables were all the rage last year at the CES annual consumer electronics tradeshow in Las Vegas. The digital health section of the show featured row upon row of colorful wristbands designed for tracking everything from heart rate to sleep.

This year, though, it seemed like wearables have gone out of style. Instead, the Internet of Things (IoT) was on display in a big way at CES 2016. 

From connected toothbrushes to smart insulin pens, here’s how the IoT is making its way into health and wellness products.

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[image courtesy of HIDRATE INC.]

Learn about more medical device trends at the MD&M West conference and expo, February 9-11, 2016, in Anaheim, CA.

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