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Health-hackers: The people building apps to manage their illness

发布时间:2017-07-02 03:01:22来源:未知点击:

By Aviva Rutkin Patterns on tap (Image: Hakan Sjunnrsson/Neurosweden) SARA RIGGARE was listening to music when she first noticed that something was wrong. She was 13 years old, at an event in a village in her native Sweden, listening to musicians playing Swedish folk songs. She tried to clap and stomp her feet in time with the beat, copying the rest of the crowd. But for some reason, she couldn’t quite do it right. At the time, Riggare didn’t know what was causing the odd disconnect between her brain and her body. Two decades years later, she finally had a name for that unsettling experience: