New research finds that Baby Boomers are generally more mistrusting when it comes to digital health, with younger generations keen for more.
A survey conducted by the Propriety Association of Great Britain (PAGB) has found that there is a significant difference between generations in terms of attitudes towards digital devices and healthcare apps in the UK.
According to the study, two-thirds (68%) of 18-35 year olds trust health and wellbeing digital devices and apps, whilst only 28% of 46-55 year olds and 19% of 56-65 year olds feel the same. It was also found that more than half (57%) of Brits use at least one kind of app or wearable device on a daily basis to track and manage their health.
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