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"Your fitness tracker’s stats – explained" - Alistair Aaronson is quoted in this article, which discusses how to put health stats from fitness trackers into perspective.

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"Google is using apps to find out what makes a person perfectly healthy" - Google is currently testing a health software suite it calls the "Study Kit" in the pilot for its Baseline Study.

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"Advice from a geriatrician on seniors and medications" - In this radio segment, Mehrdad Ayati discusses seniors and medications.

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"Why medication dosages change as we age" - AARP radio talks with geriatrician Mehrdad Ayati about his new book: Paths to Healthy Aging.

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"Sometimes one med leads to another – what to do" - Mehrdad Ayati discusses medication side effects and a problem called the cascade effect.

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