Singer Lee Dewyze (TV: “American Idol”) is 34. Country singer Chris Janson is 34. Actor Drew Van Acker is 34. Background: The recent surge in commercially available wearable technology has allowed real time self monitoring of behavior (eg, physical activity) and physiology (eg, glucose levels). However, there is limited neuroimaging work (ie, functional magnetic resonance imaging [fMRI]) to identify how people’s brains respond to receiving this personalized health feedback and how this impacts subsequent behavior.Methods: This was a pilot study to assess physical activity, sedentary time, and glucose levels over 14 days in 33 adults (aged 30 to 60 years). Extracted accelerometry, inclinometry, and interstitial glucose data informed the construction of personalized feedback messages (eg, average number of steps per day).
OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeIan Evatt says he will look again at MJ Williams tackle which led to the Bolton midfielder being shown a straight red card against Stevenage before deciding on whether to appeal the Wanderers man dismissal.Wanderers completed the double over the Boro with victory at the University of Bolton Stadium yesterday.Declan John strike early in the first half proved to be what separated the two teams as Wanderers secured the three points.But Bolton ended the game with 10 men for the second match in a row when midfielder Williams was shown a straight red card by referee Trevor Kettle for a challenge on Tom Pett.A red card without a prior booking in a match carries a suspension of three games.Based on what he saw in real time, Evatt said he would appeal the decision, but confirmed he would like to see the decision again before deciding for sure whether to do so or not.Read MoreBolton Wanderers boss Ian Evatt on Stevenage win, MJ Williams red card and the four changes madeHe said: “In real time, I would have said yes, but until I see it I don’t know. MJ’s not that kind of player and he doesn’t want to do anything to hurt anybody and I spoke to Pett on the sidelines and he said ‘look, in no shape or form has he gone to hurt me, it’s just a tackle he was slightly late on’.”Sometimes you need to give yourself a bit of time with the these decisions because we can’t get them wrong because they have big impact on games as we’ve seen on Tuesday.”We’ll have a look at it and see where we go from there.”It is the second game in a row Bolton have ended up with 10 men, after Wanderers had Marcus Maddison sent off on Tuesday against Morecambe, but that suspension was overturned upon an appeal.Evatt feels the latest incident was a 50/50 challenge which Pett simply came out of worse and came to the defence of Williams, before claiming his side to be the naive and honest in League Two.Read MoreBolton Wanderers boss Ian Evatt verdict after League One and League Two salary caps withdrawnHe said: “MJ’s not that kind of player and I don’t think any of our players are.