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Published on Feb 13, 2014
Chawla, a computer science professor and self-proclaimed "dataologist," argues that Americans' health and wellness would improve if they tracked data about their own personal lives, such as socioeconomic status and access to grocery stores and recreational facilities. Doctors could then notice trends between personal habits and certain diseases. He shows that tracking personal data on a large scale could revolutionize the health care industry and improve Americans' overall well being.