Apple Joins Eli Lilly to Study How iPhone and Apple Watch Can Detect Signs of Dementia

Apple Eli Lilly Study
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Apple has been continuing its efforts to establish itself in the healthcare platform by adding health monitoring features to its iPhone and smartwatch. Now, the company has teamed up with […]
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