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Wearables for capturing sleep and circadian information across day/night and long-term.

Wearables that can capture sleep and circadian information-across the day/night and over time--should be included. Activity monitors, EEG, ECG and Oximetry measurement are increasingly accessible with miniaturization of technology. Consumer interest in many of these devices has accelerated development and driven costs down. Analysis of these data-perhaps using open-platforms- hold promise for deriving quantitative measurements... more »

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How are sleep, sedentary behavior and physical activity related to one another, and interactively, related to health?

Sleep (quantity, quality, timing), sedentary behavior, and physical activity of various intensities, affect each other and many health outcomes. Health conditions affect individuals’ sleep and activity patterns. Capturing 24-hour device data repeatedly will allow exploration of multiple hypotheses about sleep, sedentary behavior, physical activity and health. Longitudinal data will allow exploration of causality in both... more »

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How can novel and expansive exposure monitoring with wearable technology improve environmental-disease outcome discovery?

Currently, environmental exposure monitoring measure classic or persistent chemical exposures, but might fail to analyze newer chemicals. Many newer chemicals are high production volume, but are nevertheless not assessed in population or in study-targeted analyses, but may, in fact, be associated with risk to human or animal health. New personal wearable silicone band monitoring devices, such as those designed Dr. Kim... more »

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