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I'm not sure about How and have here.

2 possibilities:

a) How health care monitoring devices have helped in changing your life?

b) How have health care monitoring devices helped in changing your life?

Which is correct here? Or both incorrect?

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How have... is a question whereas How... is a statement.

How have health care monitoring devices helped in changing your life?

Is asking the audience to answer. Whereas:

How health care monitoring devices have helped in changing your life.

Might be the title of the paper in which you discuss the findings.

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  • I just had doubt because How and have together looked little odd. Is it similar to the case we use Who has done it?
    – Vikas
    Jun 11 '19 at 4:41
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    I would assume that all the same rules are applicable, since have is just the first/second person singular or third person plural version of has which is used for third person singular. I found this site which is nearly exactly the same as the question you asked above, which should be able to explain in a little more detail.
    – Gamora
    Jun 11 '19 at 8:28

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