LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5 (UPI) -- The Consumer Technology Association's 2017 CES is showcasing several health and wellness-related products, including wearable technology, for the show's 50th anniversary.
This year's CES, held in Las Vegas, will run from Thursday until Sunday.
Many health-related items are designed to provide consumers more information about their lives, while some improve on previous technologies -- all to help consumers make good on their new year's resolutions to get healthy.
1. Willow: Wearable Breast Pump
"Willow is the only wearable breast pump that fits in your bra, moves with you, and goes wherever the day takes you," the company said in a statement. "Everything you need to pump is right here. With an all-in-one design, Willow works quietly inside your bra, collects your milk in an internal bag, and tracks your volume through the app. Now you can move freely and do things -- real things -- while you pump."
2. Bloomlife: Smart Pregnancy Wearable
"Put away the stopwatch, pen and paper. Bloomlife automatically counts and times contractions so you know what's going on from a glance," the company said in a statement. "Bloomlife provides an accurate second opinion for peace of mind when it matters most."
Bloomlife is offered only in the United States through a subscription-based program starting at $149 for the first month. The first shipment of Bloomlife is scheduled to be delivered in February.
3. ReSound LiNX²: Smart Hearing Aid
"ReSound LiNX² is proven to deliver up to 30 percent better speech clarity than other premium hearing aids on the market. And it features the industry's most accurate noise reduction," the company said in a statement. "Hear more of what you want to and less of what you don't."
The company also said the device reduces the effects of tinnitus, or noise or ringing in the ears. Those who wish to acquire ReSound LiNX² must first visit a hearing care professional.
4. Smart mirrors: EKKO and HiMirror
While the smart mirror, which costs about $460, has a broad range of features, allowing users to listen to music, be informed of the weather and hear the latest news, it also helps children learn proper hygiene. The mirror can also show YouTube videos and help children with brushing their teeth.
"HiMirror helps you assess your skin's conditions, including wrinkles, fine lines, complexion, dark circles, dark spots, red spots, and pores so that you can effectively and efficiently target problem areas and move toward your beauty goals," HiMirror said in a statement.
The device, which costs about $190, requires users to take a picture, which allows for an analysis to be delivered within seconds. HiMirror is compatible with Android operating systems and iOS 9+ operating systems.
5. RAPAEL Smart Glove for Hand Rehabilitation
"RAPAEL Smart Glove is lightweight and can be worn effortlessly so it allows for various joint movements with ease. The elastomer material is easy to clean and maintain," Neofect said in a statement.
The RAPAEL Rehab Solution program also has games that provide "entertainment while considering both clinical effectiveness and fun factors."
The RAPAEL Smart Glove received an CES 2017 Innovation Award.
"Utilizing technology, Neofect has constructed a new rehabilitation paradigm that inspires hope for patients in need of rehab. We aim to help patients all around the world including, but not limited to, those unable to receive appropriate treatment due to economic or geographic reasons. By providing rehab training products and services that are available anytime and anywhere, we are committed to improving patient's rehab experiences and quality of life," NEOFECT said in a statement.