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Fitbit Data Saves Man’s Life

According to Slate Magazine online, doctors recently used a man’s Fitbit to figure out how to treat him. The 42-year-old fellow had a seizure at work, and the Fitbit data helped ER medical professionals select the right treatment.

This sounds good but I don’t know if my Fitbit data will be that useful.

Doctor: “This man is passed out, give me the Fitbit data.”

Second Doctor: “It says he eats pizza every night.”

Doctor: “What? Every night?”

Second Doctor: “He also avoids running if it is raining, snowing, cold, or nighttime.”

Doctor: “My God, get the paddles ready. Clear!”


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