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Technology that enables frequent or automated monitoring of physical activity (such as movement or sleep), physiological readings (blood pressure, blood oxygen, or circadian rhythms) and psychological information (mood or behaviour) allows the collection of a large amount of data without a healthcare visit. Collecting this large quantity of data, analysing it and correlating with clinical outcomes, allows researchers to learn more about a range of diseases, their development and treatment.