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Most dieters are now using apps but who has access to your health data?

CBS News Thursday, 6 June 2019
More than 80 percent of dieters are foregoing help from nutritionists and trainers in favor of do-it-yourself options, like diet and fitness apps, according to a Market Data report. The demand for these apps has created a growing industry of devices and trackers designed to help you meet fitness goals but they can also give anyone with access to the data – a detailed picture of your health. Dana Jacobson reports.

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