Your Healthcare GPS: How Much of “Know Thyself” is Too Much?

July 18, 2012
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The advent of devices that track personal health and wellness has spawned a movement called the “Quantified Self,” which explores the extent to which self-tracking can lead to self-improvement.  There are even people who use apps to track and chart their moods!

But how much is too much tracking, to the point where it becomes a distraction?  Watch this month’s Your Healthcare GPS to learn what I think is the most valuable health indicator you can track.

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