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WSJ: The Apple Watch can track glucose levels

An Apple Watch special event could happen on Feb. 24.

Take the beach with you anywhere and relax with Sunny

With Sunny, you have your own relaxing beach in your pocket.

Apple is planning on bringing HealthKit dev tools to US health professionals

Apple is apparently in talks to bring its HealthKit protocol to U.S. medical professionals.

Apple Makes Another Significant Medical Device-Related Hire

Apple's latest hire could help it launch both the long anticipated iWatch and its Healthbook app.

Apple Met With Tesla CEO, Is Exploring Medical Tech In A Bid To Grow Further

It seems Apple is looking to grow its business in new and interesting ways.

Doctors In The UK Are Using iPads To Diagnose Dementia

Doctors in the United Kingdom are using iPads equipped with a specially designed app in order to recognize the early signs of dementia.

Updated AppList: Track and Maintain Medical Conditions

Keep on top of whatever ails you with the help of these apps.

See How Eating Right Can Help You Thryve

Been meaning to keep track of exactly what you are eating each day and how it affects you? Thryve gets the job done.

Life Changer: Invisible Wheelchair Control And More Via iPhone Accessory

Georgia Tech Engineers have developed an iPhone enabled wheelchair that operates by tongue command.

AppList Updated: Apps For Emergencies

These are not apps you’ll use every day. However, it’s a good idea to have some of them on your iPhone for when the unexpected happens. Even better, familiarize yourself with their content in your leisure time so you can meet any emergency situation with confidence. In a real emergency, battery power will be an issue, so the more you know ahead of time, the better off you'll be.

Experimental: The iPhone Can Read Blood Glucose Levels With A Nanosensor Tattoo

That's right, a team of intelligent people over at Northeastern University have developed a way to measure blood glucose levels using an iPhone and a fluorescent nanosensor tattoo.

Thinking Of Getting Some Plastic Surgery Done? This App Will Make You Think Again

Boost Your Beauty is a new iPhone app that allows users to learn about plastic surgery, and even try applying some nips and tucks to an image of their choice.

New AppList: Apps To Track And Maintain Medical Conditions

Living with a chronic health issue? Let your iPhone keep your logs and still have time to enjoy life! We scoured the AppStore to find the best health tracking apps geared toward specific health issues. Check out our AppList and see how modern technology can make your life easier.

Instant Heart Rate App Can Measure Your Beat - Using Your iPhone Camera

Without a doubt, we're still a long way from discovering the full potential of all the sensors built into the iPhone. Whether it's augmented reality or medical applications, there are tons of things left to be done, and we keep on seeing new apps that just blow our minds.

Who Hearts The iPhone? Your Cardiologist

While BlackBerry continues to be the dominant force in the business smartphone market, physicians are showing a distinct preference for the iPhone.

Can FaceTime Improve Your Health?

While Apple continues to douse us with heartwarming videos of the many uses of FaceTime, two surgeons have found a very important professional use for it. Could Apple's iPhone actually mean better medical care?

New AppList: Apps for Emergencies

These are not apps you’ll use every day. However, it’s a good idea to have some of them on your iPhone for when the unexpected happens. Even better, familiarize yourself with their content in your leisure time so you can meet any emergency situation with confidence.

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