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Results of Two New Clinical Studies Show Promise of Emerging Mobile Health Technology to Combat Obesity Epidemic
Date:11/9/2010

g the face-to-face group intervention program plus using the BodyMedia technology lost an average of 14 pounds, which is more than 3X those in the group intervention or control group.

The BodyMedia FIT system includes a wearable Armband and allows users to track their calorie burn, physical activity, steps taken, sleep efficiency and calorie intake to make informed decisions based on their body's information to help them lose weight and stay fit.  The system also includes an optional Display that gives wearers real-time feedback on their calorie burn, steps, and physical activity levels.  On October 28th, the company launched mobile apps that allow on-the-go food logging.  On November 15th BodyMedia will introduce an armband enabled with Bluetooth® wireless technology that will allow near real time read outs of calorie information on a smartphone.

"BodyMedia is pleased to be participating in the dialogue this week at the mHealth Summit and we are excited to share the results of these important public health findings in conjunction with this critical meeting of mobile health experts," said Christine Robins, Chief Executive Officer of BodyMedia. "These studies not only build on a growing body of clinical data that shows BodyMedia Armbands are an accurate way to measure energy balance, but are also successful tools for weight loss, and solidify their importance in addressing important public health concerns like obesity."

Johannsen DL, Calabro MA, Stewart J, Franke W, Rood JC, Welk GJ.  Accuracy of armband monitors for measuring daily energy expenditure in healthy adults.  Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2010. Nov;42(11):2134-40.

Barry V, Shuger S, Sui X, Meriwether R, Hand G, Dowda M, Blair S. "Electronic feedback in a diet- and physical activity-based lifestyle intervention for weight loss: randomized control trial." Abstract presented at the Convergence and Society: Science, Health, and New Dimensions
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