The app will lets users sequence their DNA so they could gain a deeper understanding of their body and its unique needs.
The free to download food photo app can recognize your food to simplify the calorie counting process.
Users can now share and unify health information generated outside the Argus app, including food diaries, fitness activities, sleep, heart rate and more.
Users are now able to quantify nitric oxide levels, monitoring the vital bioactive that maintains healthy blood pressure and increases athletic endurance.
Sponsored by NIH, the study will measure how specific social behavior, activities and exercises correlate with the body mass index (BMI).
Featuring video guided workouts, a heart rate monitor, sleep tracker, pedometer and social community, the app motivates people to meet their lifestyle goals.