Fitbit has just launched what they say is one of their most requested features: Period tracking. The app and smartwatch can now show you where in your cycle you are, the better to correlate cycle data with your nutrition and sleep.
Infertility is rough enough without headlines implying your yoga practice is to blame. A recent study found that certain flame-retardant chemicals may make it harder for you to have a baby, but despite the downward-dog stock photos, yoga mats weren't involved in the research.
If you're trying to start a family, fertility apps like Glow, Clue and Ovia predict the times of the month women are most likely to conceive. Using them should help you get pregnant -- if you know how to enter your information, and if your app is accurate.