Improve Your Wellness with New Tech
CES, the most powerful tech event in the world, had over 135,000 attendees and 4,300 exhibitors last week. Here are several tech products that thrived at the conference.
Evie Ring ($269): In a world of smartwatches and wearables, Evie was designed with women's health in mind, from the fit of the ring itself to the way it interprets data in a holistic way.
BeamO ($250): BeamO is a thermometer that does it all - takes your temperature, checks your heart rate and blood oxygen levels, and even works as a stethoscope to give you easy insights into their heart and lung health.
Coolify Cyber (price tbd): A breeze that goes to your face, Torras announced a new model of an wearable air conditioners for your neck to keep you cool.
Wi-Fi Digital Toothbrush ($129): A smart toothbrush that uses an AI voice to give you tips on your brushing technique, including whether you're brushing too hard or focusing too much time in one part of your mouth.
Mobi insulin pump (price tbd): The world's smallest automated insulin delivery system. The Mobi will be compatible with the Dexcom G6 sensor, Dexcom G7 and Abbott's Freestyle Libre sensor.
Vivoo ($24+ per month): At-home urine tests that leverage deep learning image processing technology so you can identify UTIs without a trip to the doctor.
Pison Ready ($59 for 3 month membership): The world’s first AI-infused, cognitive performance app and wearable, Pison Ready measures metrics of mental focus, reaction time and agility through tests on your wrist. The technology claims to zone in on your mental alertness by detecting neurological signals that suggest mental acuity.
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Finish Line Confusion in Mexico
Last Sunday, one Argentinian runner found himself in finish line confusion at the 2024 Merida Half Marathon in Merida, Mexico, when race officials mistook the winner of the Merida Half Marathon for a 10K finisher. Juan Esteban Pizarro surged from third to first overall before his glory took an unexpected detour.
As Pizarro ran toward the finish line tape, a confused race official mistook him for a 10K finisher (the 10K and half marathon races were being run simultaneously) and the officials holding the tape hastily closed it, leaving Pizarro crossing a tapeless finish line.
The officials quickly realized their mistake and asked the Argentinian to make a U-turn and run back onto the course so he could have his winning moment. Undeterred, Pizarro walked back onto the course then returned back through the finish line walking to break the tape. Luckily, Pizarro had a four-minute lead over the second-place finisher, giving him plenty of time to fix the mix-up and get the first-place finish line photo.
A Freezing Siberian Marathon
A group of Russians took part in one of the world's most extreme running contests - a marathon held at negative 62 Fahrenheit. Runners underwent medical checks before the start of the event in Oymyakon, a settlement in Siberia, and were provided with broth, hot tea and snacks at refreshment points along the route.
Wrapped up from head to foot against the cold, a total of 38 people competed in the marathon or half-marathon. Alisa Matveeva, who ran the half-marathon, said the experience was "very scary”. The lowest temperature that Alisa had previously trained in was -20C while in Moscow.
"It was hard to run the first 10k then it was easier, because you already understand how to breathe, you remember that you need to remove the ice from your eyes, because your eyes get covered with it," Alisa told reporters.
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