Tech giant, Apple, has filed a patent application for a wearable device that could be used to record electrocardiographic (ECG) signals.
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Digicape is expanding its healthcare market by teaming up with xRapid, a London-based startup that uses an iPhone to rapidly diagnose malaria.
Researchers are testing the EpiWatch app, which runs on the Apple Watch, to monitor people with epilepsy and detect seizures before they happen.
The Yono wearable, which aims to help women understand their ovulation cycles and predict their fertility window, is now shipping.
A new partnership between Apple and Donate Life America will allow iPhone users in the US to register for organ donation from the Health App.
Google is building a search feature for its mobile app, called Symptom Search, which promises to make search results more accurate and useful for its users.
IBM and Bausch + Lomb are developing an app for Apple products, which they hope will provide more insight for doctors performing cataract surgeries.
IBM Watson Health is offering non-profit researchers involved in Apple ResearchKit studies free storage and utilisation of their platform.
LifeMap Solutions has announced a new service to develop custom smartphone apps and research studies for partners worldwide.
Apple's mobile software framework for health apps, CareKit, is going live with four health apps via GitHub’s open-source community from today.
AliveCor has developed the first medical-grade EKG band for the Apple Watch, called Kardia™ Band, along with a new app for smartphones.