Posts Tagged ‘health’

iOS 13.6 beta 2 has added a new Symptoms feature to the iPhone’s health app. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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This iPhone AR app and accessory lets you test for coronavirus right at home. Here is everything you need to know.

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The Apple Watch’s ECG feature can find heart problems that a hospital ECG can miss. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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Apple Watch has saved yet another life, this time an 80-year old man in Germany. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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Apple today announced a new website and app combination that offers COVID-19 guidance and information based on what the CDC recommends. Here are the details.

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According to a Facebook posting, Jorge Freire Jr. was returning home when his Apple Watch warned him that he had an elevated heart rate. We now know that it was a rhythm disorder called tachycardia – and it could have been fatal.

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Another week, another story of an Apple Watch potentially saving someone’s life. This time it was Dr. Ray Emerson who received a notification on his wrist, alerting him that he had an irregular heartbeat.

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There have been tons of rumors suggesting Apple is going to add some sort of sleep tracking to the Apple Watch, and now a screenshot spotted on the App Store references a new Sleep app for the wearable.

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According to new documentation, Apple is working on an iOS 15 feature that will allow users to have a conversation with Siri about their particular health issues.

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48 year-old Paul Hutton received a number of warnings from his Apple Watch, after which he discovered that his heart was suffering from ventricular bigeminy.

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It’s unusual for things announced during CES to actually be released but that’s exactly what has happened with the Withings BPM Core blood pressure monitor. The unit also supports ECG and stethoscope functionality and has been launched in Europe.

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According to the Australian Apple Website, the team is using the Apple Watch to track everything form their sleep data to their activity levels in an attempt to help prevent over-training.

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