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Influenza is a sneaky virus to track. Now, researchers are mining people’s Fitbits to predict flu outbreaks in real time. In a new study, the team harnessed FitBit users’ sleep and heart rate data to pinpoint how hard certain states were getting hit by the flu.
Finally, the holidays have arrived, and with them, the perfect moment to take out that Heidegger, Husserl, or Melau-Ponty blockbuster that… Source: Three surprising lessons UX can learn from phenomenology
Getting health care in this country is still so circuitous it often does feel like a secret — a maze deciphered in private that’s never quite mastered. Source: Opinion | How is one of the most advanced countries in the world so bad at health care?
In a way it seems so obvious: find out what kinds of things people are putting into their bodies by studying what comes out the other end. These do sound like muddy waters, but with some clever science researchers are able to draw some clear insights about the habits of different demographics of the population. … Continue reading The science of sewage: What your wastewater could reveal about population health