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Apple Watch's heart rate sensor can detect diabetes, Cardiogram study finds

Wednesday February 7, 2018. 04:00 PM , from Mac 911
The tiny Apple Watches on our wrists have already saved lives. Not only do they keep us more active, they can also detect a variety of heart diseases without needing any additional bands or accessories. But a new study by Cardiogram is taking it one step further.The mobile health data company’s deep learning network, DeepHeart, already uses data from the Apple Watch ($429 on heart rate sensor to detect atrial fibrillation, hypertension, and sleep apnea. Now it’s adding a new disease to the list: diabetes. While Apple and Google have been rumored to be working on hardware capable of monitoring glucose levels, Cardiogram’s study used nothing more than machine learning and the Apple Watch’s heart rate sensor to detect whether a user has diabetes.To read this article in full, please click here

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