Over this question What does the Lively Medical Alert Watch Monitor? (prior to any edits) the following issue has been risen:
Why the upvotes for someone who can't be bothered to Google? The information requested is easily discoverable at the company's site mylively.com or by Googling for reviews, such as yahoo.com/tech/… If I had enough rep to vote to close, I would. This sort of question does not help our site at all
Potential "lack of research" notwithstanding* - what is the level of difficulty for acceptable questions of this site?
So this is again a question about the expected audience of this site. Do we embrace entry level questions that seem easy to the expert and may be easily researched using the right search terms - a thing that is often trivial to the expert but not so much to any beginner - or do we not?
* Don't get me wrong here. It is of course generally accepted that a certain amount of own research effort is expected of users before they post any new questions - with the ever ongoing controversy being about the How much. Failure to provide this research should be communicated to the OP by downvotes, comments, and flags where appropriate.