At CES 2014, wearable technology was a hot category.  Many are excited about it but for some they may feel it is just a trend that will soon fade away.  iHealth Labs introduced their latest in wearable technology that can test, track, and monitor your health.  We aren’t quite sure if we trust these devices entirely.  How will we know the results from these devices are trustworthy?  When it comes to our health, accuracy is extremely important.  Incorrect information can cause problems that could have easily been avoided.  Topics of health aren’t usually filed under “DIY” (do it yourself).  There is a sense of assurance that people get when speaking to a doctor or nurse, because we are confident they are knowledgeable and know what they are doing.  While these devices seem like a great innovation that could pave the way for a healthier future, there is still a bit of skepticism and reluctance.

iHealth introduced 3 new products at CES 2014: Wireless Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor, Wireless Ambulatory Electrocardiogram (ECG), and Wireless Wearable Pulse Oximeter.  These products do not have a release date or price point as of yet, but a prediction of the second half of 2014 was given.


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