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Report: Popular Wearable Devices May Not Accurately Track Heart Rates In People Of Color

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Report: Popular Wearable Devices May Not Accurately Track Heart Rates In People Of Color

Report: Popular Wearable Devices May Not Accurately Track Heart Rates In People Of Color

The heart rate sensors in the most popular wearables tech, including the Apple Watch and Fitbit, might not work as well for people of color, according to a new study published by STAT.

Betty Yu reports.

(7-24-2019)


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