Fitt Insider: Next-Gen Health Wearables

Targeting the trillion-dollar healthcare market, the wrist wars are heating up. But step trackers and smartwatches were just the beginning. From smart clothing to contact lenses and skin patches, the next generation of health wearables is taking shape.

Bellabeat’s Ivy bracelet tries to do it all — but it can only do some

Wellness startup Bellabeat, which has primarily marketed its wearable health trackers to women, recently introduced Ivy, a stylish, comfortable health tracker with a long-lasting battery life, poised as a prettier version of a Fitbit. But the accompanying subscription “Coach” software supporting the new bracelet feels like it’s still in beta, which is concerning for a product aiming to offer health guidance to real-world users.

The Ultimate Guide to Health and Fitness Tech for 2021

If you’re looking to drop your quarantine 15, lower your stress level, sleep better, or boost your immunity amid the pandemic, we’ve tested plenty of smart health and fitness products and apps to help you meet your goals. Here’s what we recommend.

Fitt Insider: The Business of Glucose Monitoring

Diabetes tech is trending. A product of poor nutrition and sedentary habits, Americans face a metabolic health crisis. Offering a potential solution, a growing number of startups have gone all-in on continuous glucose monitors (CGMs).