Tech savvy drug users are relying on Apple Watch and Fitbit to keep them safe during cocaine binges


Tech savvy drug users are relying on Apple Watch and Fitbit to keep them safe during cocaine binges
Apple and Fitbit both like to tout the potential health benefits of their wearable devices. For a few hundred bucks, users get access to a number of sensors that chart and track everything from blood pressure to caloric intake. For some, wearables provide much-needed encouragement to get off the couch to hit their daily fitness goals. For others, the devices act as an overpriced monitor to ensure your heart doesn’t explode after snorting your eighth line of blow. “My heart rate only gets to 150 if I’m running, like really intense physical activity,” Owen (not his real name) told CNBC.…

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