Relationships between doctors and patients could be compromised due to the increased reliance on fitness trackers.
702 and Cape Talk's Sam Cowen spoke to University if Aberdeen research fellow, Heather Morgan, about the issue.
Listen to the interview below:
Certainly we can see that a lot is being done more remotely so doctors are checking up on patients through the devices.— Heather Morgan, University of Aberdeen research fellow
These devices are so complex that they can track lots of different things at the same time, from your heart rate to your blood glucose level.— Heather Morgan, University of Aberdeen research fellow