Christopher Hopkins feels amazing, and he's got the data to prove it.
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July 25, 2013 Christopher Hopkins has a headache — and the data to prove it. He and other computer programmers are exploring ways to turn heaps of personal health stats into something shareable and easy on the eyes.
Noah Zandan shows off his Zeo sleep-tracking headband. His other self-tracking devices are on his wrists. Noah and his father, Peter, are both part of the growing "Quantified Self" movement.
March 12, 2013 Technology is making it easier than ever to track everything from your sleep cycles to the food you eat — and even your amino acid levels.
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