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Eric Teller, John M Stivoric, Christopher D Kasabach, Christopher D Pacione, John L Moss, Craig B Liden, Margaret A McCormack: System for monitoring health, wellness and fitness. BodyMedia, Philip E Levy, Barry I Friedman, Metz Lewis, August 12, 2003: US06605038 (818 worldwide citation)

A system for detecting, monitoring and reporting physiological information includes a sensor device adapted to be worn on the upper arm that includes at least one of an accelerometer, a GSR sensor and a heat flux sensor and generates data indicative of at least one of activity, galvanic skin respons ...


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Eric Teller, John M Stivoric, Christopher D Kasabach, Christopher D Pacione, John L Moss, Craig B Liden: Apparatus for monitoring health, wellness and fitness. BodyMedia, Metz Lewis, Barry I Friedman, August 28, 2007: US07261690 (516 worldwide citation)

A detecting, monitoring and reporting apparatus includes at least two sensors for facilitating the generation of data indicative of physiological parameters of the individual and/or data indicative of a contextual parameters of the individual. A processor is coupled to the sensors and is adapted to ...


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John M Stivoric, John L Moss, Christopher D Kasabach, Scott K Boehmke, Mark Zaremsky, Vanessa Sica: System for monitoring health, wellness and fitness having a method and apparatus for improved measurement of heat flow. BodyMedia, Barry I Friedman, Metz Lewis, July 22, 2003: US06595929 (464 worldwide citation)

Means and methods for measuring heat flux between a living body and an ambient atmosphere and for generating information related thereto. Means include a heat pipe configuration comprising at least one heat conduit in thermal communication with a heat flux sensor and a surface of a living body. Meth ...


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Eric Teller, John M Stivoric, Christopher D Kasabach, Christopher D Pacione, John L Moss, Craig B Liden, Margaret A McCormack: System for monitoring health, wellness and fitness. BODYMEDIA, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, March 30, 2010: US07689437 (248 worldwide citation)

A method for assisting an individual to monitor, control and modify certain aspects of the individual's physiological status according to a preset physiological status goal comprising establishing the goal according to certain preselected physiological parameters, affixing a physiological monitoring ...


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Eric Teller, John M Stivoric, Christopher D Kasabach, Christopher D Pacione, John L Moss, Craig B Liden, Margaret A McCormack: System for detecting, monitoring, and reporting an individuals physiological or contextual status. BodyMedia, GTC Law Group & Affiliates, John A Monocello III, December 6, 2011: US08073707 (120 worldwide citation)

The invention is a system for detecting, monitoring, and reporting an individual's physiological or contextual status. The system works deriving a physiological or contextual status parameter of an individual using the system. The derivation utilizes two sensed parameters of the individual. The syst ...


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Eric Teller, John M Stivoric, Christopher D Kasabach, Christopher D Pacione, John L Moss, Craig B Liden: Apparatus for monitoring health, wellness and fitness. AliphCom, Kokka & Backus PC, February 24, 2015: US08961414 (31 worldwide citation)

The invention is a system for monitoring and reporting the activity level and caloric expenditure of an individual. The system has sensors in electronic communication with a wearable device. A processor is programmed to communicate with the sensor and a computing device to activity data from movemen ...


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Daniel F X O Reilly, John L Moss, Pasco Gasbarro: System for determining changes in the relative interest of subjects. NewsEdge Corporation, Pandiscio & Pandiscio, February 8, 2005: US06853950 (27 worldwide citation)

A system for determining changes in the interest of a subject over a time period. The system measures the volume of news articles for a subject over a time period and makes a comparison to a previous volume of news articles for the same subject over a previous time period.


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Eric Teller, John M Stivoric, Christopher D Kasabach, Christopher D Pacione, John L Moss, Craig B Liden, Margaret A McCormack: Wireless communications device and personal monitor. BodyMedia, Kokka & Backus PC, February 24, 2015: US08961413 (24 worldwide citation)

The invention is a wireless communications device, such as a cellular telephone, having sensors to generate data indicative of a physiological or contextual parameters of a user. A processor on the wireless communications device is adapted derive physiological state information of the user from the ...


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Chun Lim Abbott, Dominic C Abbott, John L Moss: Abbott Research Group, July 8, 2003: US06589216 (19 worldwide citation)

A vaginal douche comprises a vaginal douche applicator for introduction in the vaginal canal and a source or supply of douching fluid connected with the vaginal douche applicator. The vaginal douche applicator comprises an applicator body, a head joined to the applicator body and an internal passage ...


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John L Moss, Barry Gaiman: Integrated security system having network enabled access control and interface devices. S2 Security Corporation, Chapin IP Law, Barry Gaiman Esq, December 16, 2008: US07467400 (17 worldwide citation)

An integrated security system operating over a network includes a network security controller coupled to the network having a relational database including portal objects and related resources represented in at least one table in the relational database. The system further includes at least one netw ...