Stephanie Griggs weighs in on smart watch health

Smart watch on the wrist showing health vital signs

From WPSD Local 6: Could the watch you are wearing end up saving your life?

Current statistics show there are more than two hundred two million people worldwide wearing smart watches. But your fitbit and apple watch can do so much more than relay your messages, play music or track your steps.

Whether it's too fast or too slow, when a heartbeat is off, it may mean trouble.


“We need experts at the table as the technology is being rolled out, so we can guide individuals and help them interpret the results,” says Stephanie Griggs, PhD, assistant professor at Case Western Reserve University Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing.

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