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Report: Apple working w/ Stanford to test using Apple Watch for detecting heart problems

Just earlier today, Tim Cook talked up Apple’s health products, saying the company focuses on a lot more than just profit. Now, CNBC reports Apple is working with Stanford and American Well to test using Apple Watch to detect heart problems… more…
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