The Apple Watch can accurately determine a user's "frailty," according to the findings of a recently-published study from Stanford University (via MyHealthyApple).
Stanford University has published the results of a new Apple Watch and iPhone study focused on functional mobility of cardiovascular disease patients. The data suggests that iPhone and Apple Watch can accurately asses “frailty,” both in-clinic and at home. As first spotted by MyHealthyApple, the study was funded by Apple and consisted of 110 Veterans [
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Being part of competitions with more people increases cheating when there is money to be won, researchers reveal.
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