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CHICAGO - The people who stand to gain the most from wearable health devices, such as smart watches and e-textile devices, may be using them the least, according to a new report.

Research to be presented at the American Heart Association’s conference in Chicago says age, education and income are factors associated with the reduced use of wearable health devices.

Scientists at Yale School of Medicine analysed 9,303 adults in the US who responded to a survey in 2019-2020, focusing on participants with or at risk of cardiovascular disease.

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