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A Fitbit Saved His Life? Well, Maybe

Wearing a Fitbit?  If so, you already know that electronic fitness trackers can let you keep records on your smartphone of how many steps you've walked, how much you've slept, maybe your heart rate, or even where you've been.  But what can the gadget tell your doctor? A few things that are pretty...

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Dec 7, 2015



CPR Survival Rates Can Differ Greatly by City

If you have a stroke, your odds of survival are similar whether you are in Boston or Boise. But not so if you fall victim to cardiac arrest.

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