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Forget The Fitbit, You Already Own The Best Fitness Tracker

The Huffington Post Canada | Joy D'Souza | Posted 02.18.2015 | Canada Living

A new study from the Journal of the American Medical Association says your smartphone is more accurate than those costly wearable fitness trackers. ...

Your Fitbit Is Unlikely To Change Your Behaviour

AFP/Relaxnews | Posted 01.13.2015 | Canada Living

Despite their growing popularity and a burgeoning market, wearable tracking devices aren't likely to change behavior, according to a report from the U...

Three Things Gandhi Can Teach You About Marketing

Sajeel Qureshi | Posted 02.10.2015 | Canada Business
Sajeel Qureshi

Gandhi's passive resistance freed India from British rule in 1947. How Gandhi was able to diplomatically overturn 100+ years of oppression without a war is remarkable. Look a little deeper into Gandhi's story and you'll see three ways that 'Bapu' was a marketing genius.

The Danger of Fitness Apps

Health Media Today | Posted 07.31.2013 | Canada Impact
Health Media Today

While the technology is new and undoubtedly useful, there is still an inherent risk in putting your health in the hands of a software developer, no matter how much research and information has gone into the making of the product. With that in mind, here are some tips on how to incorporate a fitness app safely into your life.

How To Cheat Using A Pedometer

Leanne Shirtliffe | Posted 03.29.2013 | Canada Alberta
Leanne Shirtliffe

I bought a FitBit Zip, which I tend to call my FitBit "Zit" because it protrudes from my body like acne. If you don't know what a FitBit is, it's a small piece of expensive plastic that you clip to your waistband so it can record you how many steps you take on a given day.