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Stanford scientists just gave us an unprecedented look at how well the Apple Watch detects heart problems (AAPL)

Business Insider Saturday, 16 March 2019 ()
Stanford scientists just gave us an unprecedented look at how well the Apple Watch detects heart problems (AAPL)· Two months ago, Apple CEO Tim Cook said his company's "greatest contribution to mankind" would be in health.
· A new study led by Stanford researchers provides a glimpse at how that vision is beginning to take shape.
· The preliminary analysis suggests that the Apple Watch can accurately detect some heart problems.
· But...
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A study funded by Apple Inc looked into the practical way people can monitor their health on an Apple Watch. It found that the watch can detect irregular heart pulse rates, signaling the need to check for any problems. The study included 400,000 participants and 0.5 percent received notifications of...

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