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Are Wearables the Future of Healthcare?

If you received a smartwatch for Christmas this year or last, you aren’t alone. Figures now show that one in five people in the UK own and wear a tracker or smartwatch, and their popularity is understandable. Ranging from Fitbits that track your steps and work outs to smartwatches that let you take phone calls and pay for your lunch with a flick of the wrist, anything is possible with wearable tech.

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