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Companies featured an assortment of devices you can use to track your daily fitness goals, nutritional levels and even up-to-the-second blood pressure and calorie intake levels right from your smartphone!

Other companies such as Lifecomm plan to revolutionize mobile security solutions by offering emergency response and remote caregiving.

An Inspector Gadget-like wristwatch will communicate with an emergency response center that tracks your location, schedule and your health levels. It will even communicate with you through the watch in case of an emergency. This is a great product for elderly citizens and others with health problems.

Many innovations in the sexual health and wellness of women were surprisingly on the forefront of the CES convention.

Trojan Vibrations are progressively popular in today’s market. They were at the world’s largest consumer technology tradeshow to display their advances in the sexual satisfactions for woman.

They wanted to show how sexual wellness and pleasure can be on par with some of the best in electronic companies and advances today.

Another company called We-Vibe has caught fire with many foreign markets. It offers a “couple’s aid” which improves intimacy in relationships with many products, devices that are amazingly constructed and beneficial.

These are a few companies and products we were able to learn about, as well as many health and wellness benefits that come along with them. Stay tuned for more in-depth features on these companies and their products available here in the next few days.

Reviewed January 18, 2013
by Michele Blacksberg RN
Edited by Jody Smith

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