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avg internet security 2012 cracked free download The study, spearheaded by researchers from the University of Waterloo in Canada, assessed 13 healthy men in their 20s who wore a “smart shirt” that integrated sensors for heart rate, breathing and acceleration or body movement. The researchers compared the data with laboratory responses, determining it was possible to accurately predict health-related benchmarks.

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