Now that the summertime bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables is in full swing, our clinicians at ZRT Laboratory have whipped up some super-healthy eating options for you from their personal recipes. I'm already hooked on the honey quinoa salad but it's a toss-up between that and the other scrumptious, easy to make dishes our Docs share with you here. I could live on these for the rest of the summer, they’re so darn delicious and simple to make.
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How many of your patients use wearable fitness trackers like a FitBit?
If recent statistics are any indication, it's probably a lot of them. Consider this:
- According to research firm eMarketer, approximately 39.5 million U.S. adults used wearable fitness trackers in 2015 – a 57.7% increase over 2014.
- A survey by Nielsen in 2014 indicated that 61% of those aware of wearable technology for tracking and monitoring medical conditions use fitness bands.
- A survey from Accenture reveals that the number of consumers using wearable devices or mobile apps has doubled in the last two years. 77% of those respondents said that wearables make them feel more engaged with their health.
While we can all agree that the market for wearables has taken off quickly, what (if any) actual value do these devices offer to those patients monitoring health conditions? If you ask me, there's significant value.
As we roll into 2016 what is it that YOU hope to change, reinvent, reconsider, move towards or away from in the coming year?
New Year’s resolutions are often among the most noble of ideas, centered on self-improvement, education, health, lifestyle and relationships. Yet statistics show that only eight percent of us successfully reach our aspirations.
Experts tell us that the more specific the goal, the better the chance of achieving it. So what if this time 'round we tackle our New Year’s resolution-making strategically? What if by making a single fundamental change we could tackle all our best laid intentions at one fell swoop?