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Binah app Bvue uses phone camera

This App Can Detect Up To 15 Vital Signs Through Your Phone’s Camera

Bvue, an app, developed by Tel Aviv-based startup Binah.ai, can detect up to 15 vital signs by using only your phone’s camera. The AI-driven app uses light reflecting from the user’s cheeks to read their heart rate, oxygen saturation, respiration, mental stress, and heart rate variability, and more. Read more Smartphone App Assesses Anemia By […]
Garmin Acquires Firstbeat Analytics

Garmin Acquires Finnish Company Firstbeat Analytics

Garmin announced that it has purchased Firstbeat Technologies’ Firstbeat Analytics, a Finnish company that Garmin relies on to turn data from its wearables into actionable health and performance information. Firstbeat Technologies will continue operating its Wellness and Professional Sports businesses. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Read more Firstbeat Introduces Firstbeat Sports […]
Maxim MAXREFDES103

Maxim Unveils the First Complete Wrist-Based Solution For Monitoring SpO2

Blood-oxygen saturation (SpO2) is a vital data for our health as it provides a wealth of insights such as heart health, sleep patterns, and respiratory function. Normal levels of blood oxygen fall in the 95% to 100% range, while a measurement of 90% or less warrants a consultation with a doctor. In the past, a […]

Circular launches a wellness smart ring that tracks your activity, heart rate and monitors...

Circular is a smart ring and wellness wearable that tracks how you respond to your activities, daily choices and body rhythms and offers personalized recommendations to improve your overall lifestyle. The ring is now available on Kickstarter. Various wearables have hit the market in the past few years. However, many of them are bulky, gadget […]
VivaLNK ECG patch Emory research

VivaLNK Partners with Emory University to Provide Wearable ECG Sensors for Study

VivaLNK, a Campbell, CA-based connected healthcare solutions provider, teamed up with Emory University to provide its medical wearable ECG sensors for a study to evaluate autonomic function in predicting coronary artery disease (CAD) and its relationship to depression and long-term outcomes. The study builds upon previous work by Emory researchers titled Circadian Autonomic Inflexibility: A […]