Controversial Pavlok Device Hits Google Wearables Challenge Next Week

Controversial Pavlok Device Hits Google Wearables Challenge Next Week »

The Pavlok team. Photo provided. Maneesh Sethi, founder of Pavlok, once hired a woman to slap him when he got distracted at work. Years later, Sethi and his co-founder, Jim Lynch, launched Pavlok, a wearable device based on those slaps. The device uses electric shock, which is supported as a powerful behavior change…
Win Access to HealthBridge.me’s API Technology

Win Access to HealthBridge.me’s API Technology »

11 Feb, 2015
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Communication is key for effective wearable technology. Photo via Shutterstock/gpointstudio. Wearable technology have the ability to change healthcare for the better, enabling us to reach more patients, monitor vitals more effectively and track everything from sleep to chronic pain. "The American Medical Association finds that seven out of ten patient visits are…

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