Harvard Heart Letter

Is a new tool for fitness research already in your own pocket?

Real-world tracking of exercise habits with a smartphone may inform future cardiovascular research. Nearly two-thirds of Americans own a smartphone, which comes in handy for instant access to all sorts of information, from driving directions to medical advice. According to a Pew Research Center report, 62% of people have used their phone to research a health condition. …

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