ObjectiveThis study seeks to investigate the role of self-tracking devices in behavior management and disease prevention
DescriptionQuantified self-tracking devices may be leading to interesting new methods of discovery, empowerment, and health self-management amongst individuals.
This study seeks to investigate models for preventing conditions from occurring by examining links between genomic data, blood test data, online phenotypic surveys, self-tracking device data, and behavior management in the face of the growing diabetes and obesity epidemic.
The lowest total cost of this study is $54 per participant, or you may complete any mix of the tasks at lower or no cost. You may also list your study participation on a crowdfunding site: MedStartr, Kickstarter, PetriDish, RocketHub.
Day 1: Upload genomic data
Day 1: Obtain baseline blood test for hemoglobin and cholesterol
Day 1: Fasting glucose measurement - 1x/day
Day 1: Postprandial glucose measurement - 1x/day
Day 1: Food tracking
Day 1: Exercise tracking
Day 30: Report results!
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gbiggers I noticed that the study tasks include genome upload, but there are no genome variants yet that the study is asking to be shared. Are those coming?
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