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Fitbit to Stop Selling Wristbands

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  • Fitbit Force is a wearable fitness band that tracks calories burned, steps taken, stairs climbed, and even the user’s quality of sleep
  • About 1.7 percent of Force users have reported a skin reaction to the device, including redness, swelling, itchiness, and other irritation
  • Fitbit has announced they will stop selling the Force and will provide customers a full refund
  • Wearable fitness devices are only one way to harness technology to improve your fitness; you can also use fitness apps for your smartphone or tablet, which offer workouts, access to personal trainers, calorie trackers, and more for free (or virtually free)

By Dr. Mercola

Wearable devices that monitor physical well-being and fitness are all the rage, with the Fitbit Force leading the pack. This wearable band tracks calories burned, steps taken, stairs climbed, and even the user’s quality of sleep.


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