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Your Apple Watch can give more accurate readings if it knows your exact height and weight. So, keep your body measurements updated.
Apps can be useful in a manner of different ways. And that even extends to helping you change your habits and lifestyle.
Learn how to set up and use the Cycle Tracking app on watchOS 6 and later to log symptoms, view cycle predictions, and more.
If you're training to run a half-marathon, these websites and tools will help you get started and stay on track.
Learn how to show and hide specific metrics to create your own personalized view while tracking run workouts with your Apple Watch.
Make eating healthy and sustainable foods more convenient by using handy apps and detailed online tools.
Want a fun reminder to protect your eyes from digital strain? Blink Land is a game that's designed to teach good eye health habits.
Having problems accessing your emails in Chrome? If Outlook isn’t loading in your browser, follow this step-by-step guide to quickly fix the problem.
Misinformation and disinformation proliferate online. Are YouTube's ongoing changes enough to promote trustworthy health content?
Learn how to find valuable help online and through mobile apps for managing a PMDD diagnosis and its symptoms.
These online resources and mobile apps are designed to provide information, support, and tools for people managing eating disorders.
Whether you're hitting the slopes weekly or staying fit in the offseason, use these apps and online resources to make sure you're snowboard-ready.
Health apps store a huge amount of data about you—and some sell it on to third-parties too. How do you know if your data is secure?
Focusing only on weight loss will result in you missing out on the multifaceted benefits of exercise.
Counting calories, and calorie-counting apps, can become a problem if you don't use them appropriately. Here's how.
Imagine an app where you can track your period, nutrition, and fitness in one place? Well, you can with Fitr Woman.