While the use of health and fitness tracking devices has more than doubled in the last two years, a new nationwide survey conducted by Nashville, Tenn.-based technology consultancy TechnologyAdvice shows only 25.1 percent of adults are currently using either a fitness tracker or a smartphone app to monitor their health, weight, or exercise.
However, the survey also shows that nearly half of those not using such a device would be more likely to use one if it were provided free by their physician or health insurance company.
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