Fitness study pairs dogs with seniors
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Apple Hiring Fitness Physiologists, Sleep Experts On The Heels Of Recent iWatch Rumors
But, Schmitt acknowledged, the concept was outside her normal area of research, so she recruited Panton to help develop the exercise component and Associate Professor of Nursing Eileen Cormier to develop an assessment of participants well being. Panton then assigned Artese and Grubbs to help design the actual workout program. Exercise its so important, especially as you get older and you lose the ability to do all the things you used to take for granted, Panton said. They also worked with the hospitals pet therapy program to get seven dogs and their handlers to come to Westminster Oaks. In addition to Lola, Stryker and Bogey, there are four other dogs Cosmo, Casey, Kayla and Zachy.
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9to5Mac speculates that these, combined with recent reports that top Apple execs are meeting with the FDA, confirm the companys intent to enter the health and fitness product market, and that an iWatch riddled with biometric sensors could be the first such device to come to market. So far, Apple has kept http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/p90x3-reviews/sbwire-455028.htm mum on all speculation regarding a potential iWatch or any upcoming changes to iOS 8. But Apple CEO Tim Cook did at least acknowledge that the wrist is interesting and natural in terms of the wearable category, but also that theres nothing really compelling already out there in the market to convince an average consumer who doesnt wear something on their wrist to invest in wearable tech. Ive argued in the past that the problem with current wearable tech is that none of it offers something you necessarily miss deeply when you forget it or p90X3 it runs out of battery for a day; Apple may be trying to change that with all this focus on health-related hires, research and development. At this point, theres no question in my mind that Apple has wearable tech far along in the product pipeline.
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