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WHAT IF WE HAD A FITBIT FOR CHEMICAL EXPOSURES?
Evolving technology could someday allow society to make better informed decisions to limit exposure to hazardous chemicals, the Environmental Defense Fund’s Lindsay McCormick says. Demand for such tech is there, with consumers willing to pay upwards of $450, according to an EDF study. Today, you can monitor any number of health indicators using readily available apps, tools, and devices. From counting steps to measuring your heart rate and sleep patterns, it seems that there is no limit to what is trackable with technology. Take the example of Fitbits—in the 10 years since they’ve been on the market, they have revolutionized how people track daily wellness. There’s a clear reason for the ubiquity of these devices: Consumers want personalized information. In fact, the booming global market for digital health self-monitoring devices is projected to reach $72.9 billion by 2020. READ MORE