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Can the Apple watch detect a stroke?

bizjournals Wednesday, 13 September 2017 ()
Apple Inc. is partnering with researchers at Stanford Hospital and telemedicine vendor American Well for a study into whether the Apple Watch can accurately detect irregular heartbeats, which can be a precursor to strokes, CNBC reports, citing two unnamed sources. One of Apple’s goals with the Apple Watch was “performing some measurements of your health that people were not measuring, at least continually,” CEO Tim Cook told Fortune in an interview published this week. “Like your heart.…
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