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Mayo Clinic and Google partner to transform health care




The Mayo Clinic and Google have announced a ten-year partnership to redefine how health care is delivered and accelerate the pace of health care innovation through digital technologies.
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Apple adds health features to latest Watch




Apple introduced its latest watch this month with features including period tracking, a noise app and activity trends. The tech giant also announced three medical studies covering women’s health, hearing, and heart and movement.
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Denso joint venture targets medical IoT

Japanese mobility company Denso has established a joint venture medical IoT company with venture capitalist Beyond Next Ventures.
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Garmin GPS smart watches add health monitoring features




At last week’s IFA show in Berlin, Garmin introduced GPS smart watches with what it claims is the broadest available range of round-the-clock health monitoring features in the market.
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Researchers develop open-source Android version of Apple Health

Cornell Tech, University of California in San Francisco, Sage Bionetworks, Open mHealth and the Commons Project are collaborating to develop CommonHealth, an open source, non-profit Android version of Apple Health.
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Carnegie exercise camera works better than wearables




Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a camera system they claim monitors gym exercises better than wearable sensors and smart watches, and can blur out identifiable faces that would intrude on privacy.
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XRHealth and Magic Leap bring AR to healthcare




XRHealth is collaborating with Magic Leap to bring augmented reality (AR) technology to the healthcare market by delivering remote monitoring and data analytics to clinicians and patients.
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Xiaomi maintains lead in wrist wearables, says IDC




Xiaomi maintained its top position in the wrist-worn wearables market despite strong pressure from Apple, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC), which sees health applications driving market growth.
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