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Fitness Tracker Data Show Longer Covid-19 Effects

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Data collected from wearable activity trackers show extended cardiac effects in people with Covid-19 infections, in some cases for several months. . . . → Read More: Fitness Tracker Data Show Longer Covid-19 Effects

Apple Expands Health Data, Trends, Sharing

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Apple Inc. is adding new data collection, reporting, and sharing features to its iPhone and watch health apps supported by its latest operating system upgrades. . . . → Read More: Apple Expands Health Data, Trends, Sharing

Crispr Treatment Leads to Durable Cholesterol Reduction

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A developer of gene editing for inherited heart disease reports lab monkeys given its therapy experience lower cholesterol levels for at least eight months. . . . → Read More: Crispr Treatment Leads to Durable Cholesterol Reduction

Trial Shows Same High/Low Dose Aspirin Outcomes

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Results from a large-scale clinical trial show almost the same health outcomes for patients prescribed high or low doses of aspirin to prevent heart disease. . . . → Read More: Trial Shows Same High/Low Dose Aspirin Outcomes

Small Biz Grant Funds Hibernating Animal Drug Discovery

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A company identifying drug targets from genetic processes in hibernating animals is receiving an NIH grant to advance its technology for heart disease. . . . → Read More: Small Biz Grant Funds Hibernating Animal Drug Discovery

Wearable Sensor Patch Records Multiple Health Measures

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An engineering team developed a transparent thin film sensor patch that measures several vital signs for monitoring heart disease and diabetes. . . . → Read More: Wearable Sensor Patch Records Multiple Health Measures

AI Harnessed for Patient Monitoring Analytics

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New software is being trialed that captures vital signs and uses artificial intelligence to predict and display health trajectories for the patient. . . . → Read More: AI Harnessed for Patient Monitoring Analytics

Crispr Heart Disease Biotech Raises $94M in New Funds

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A company applying Crispr gene-editing technology to treat inherited heart disease is raising $94 million in its second venture funding round. . . . → Read More: Crispr Heart Disease Biotech Raises $94M in New Funds

AI Process Devised for Drug Repurposing

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A biomedical informatics lab developed techniques with artificial intelligence to find new uses for existing drugs from millions of electronic health records. . . . → Read More: AI Process Devised for Drug Repurposing

Fitness, Phone Data Captured for Heart Health Project

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A digital health company is partnering with a cardiologist group to capture data from smartphones and wearable devices to provide users personalized heart health information. . . . → Read More: Fitness, Phone Data Captured for Heart Health Project