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News: Apple working with Stanford, American Well to test Apple Watch heart monitoring

Apple has partnered with Stanford University and telemedicine company American Well to test whether the Apple Watch can be used to monitor common heart conditions, CNBC reports. People familiar with the discussions said the tests aim to discover whether the device’s sensors are sensitive enough to detect abnormal heart rhythms. American Well currently provides iPhone apps that allow thos
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