Elise Bloustein, 62, wears a Fitbit on her morning walk through Prospect Park in New York. Older adults are among those who could benefit most from fitness trackers, but experts say there’s a dark side to the devices for some.
Elise Bloustein, 62, wears a Fitbit on her morning walk through Prospect Park in New York. Older adults are among those who could benefit most from fitness trackers, but experts say there’s a dark side to the devices for some. ANDREW RENNEISEN NYT
Elise Bloustein, 62, wears a Fitbit on her morning walk through Prospect Park in New York. Older adults are among those who could benefit most from fitness trackers, but experts say there’s a dark side to the devices for some. ANDREW RENNEISEN NYT

Assessing the fitness of wearable tech

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