Apple has finally brought the Health records feature to iPhone users in the UK and Canada. Here are all the details on this.
If you're all-in on Apple's HealthKit platform, you're going to love what the folks at Ember have been able to do with their latest smart mugs.
Stanford University is trying to push the boundaries of what is possible in healthcare with technology by launching an exciting new program aimed at faculty members and instructors within the educational institution. As part of the new program, Stanford is offering to giveaway up to 1,000 Apple Watches, as well as $10,000 in cash funding to allow successful applicants to identify how Apple's intelligent timepiece can be better used in the healthcare space.
One Drop is looking to garner name and fan base with the release of the One Drop Chrome blood glucose monitoring kit, which is capable of producing accurate readings from a user in an impressive five seconds.
Women will now be able to track their menstruation cycles thanks to a bunch of new HealthKit metrics that Apple has announced for iOS 9 at WWDC 2015.
Apple's release of iOS 8.0.2 brought with it not just the rather important fixes for some rather massive bugs, but also finally brought the world of third-party apps in line with the new HealthKit framework originally touted for iOS 8. After pulling support for apps that tied into Health from the final release of the latest big release of its mobile OS, Apple has now re-instated it while pushing a handful of app updates that mean users can now take advantage of the company's attempt to put all our health and fitness data into one place.