The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) announced that this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas had 25 percent more booths related to digital health and fitness technology compared to the previous year's event. Showcased products included headsets that provide health readings, apps that track calories and medical histories, and emergency alert systems that can be worn like a pendant. Over 215 health- and fitness-related exhibitors were on the CES floor, and according to the CEA, the fit tech industry expects to see over 300 million body sensors in use by 2016.

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