How Wearables Like Oura and Whoop Became Pandemic Lifestyle

Oura Whoop Became Pandemic Lifestyle
During quarantine, obsessive health tracking has become a hobby for people with means. Adelene Cheng is a 40-something Toronto bank executive. She uses Oura ring to monitor her sleep, heart […]
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