Apple, Johnson & Johnson to study if Apple Watch app leads to lower stroke risk

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Apple, Johnson & Johnson to study if Apple Watch app leads to lower stroke risk

Checks if earlier detection of afibrilation impacts stroke in people aged 65 or older.

Johnson & Johnson said on Tuesday it would partner with Apple Inc on a study to use an iPhone app and the Apple Watch to study how earlier detection of afibrilation impacts stroke in people aged 65 or older. Last year, Apple's Heart Study found that the watch could accurately detect atrial ...

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