Apple launched its Research app with three new health studies using information from the iPhone and Watch. Here's what the studies are aiming to find out.
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Apple has been gradually building out its health strategy; here's what it looks like right now.
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Apple's one-lead ECG, arriving now on Apple Watch 4, could change medical practice.
Augmented reality in the operating theatre: How surgeons are using Microsoft's HoloLens to make operations better
Surgeons at St Mary's Hospital have been using a HoloLens-based system to pick out blood vessels before surgery.