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How Women are Inspiring to Protect against Heart Disease - A Decade Analysis | All Infographics

How Women are Inspiring to Protect against Heart Disease - A Decade Analysis | All Infographics | Heart diseases and Heart Conditions | Scoop.it
Infographics on Women heart disease inspiring people to protect against heart attack, is number 1 killer disease with Heart Truth® campaign...

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What Women Can Learn from Rosie O’Donnell’s Heart Attack

What Women Can Learn from Rosie O’Donnell’s Heart Attack | Heart diseases and Heart Conditions | Scoop.it
Not every heart patient turns to verse to describe a heart attack, but that’s how comedian Rosie O’Donnell chose to tell the world that she had joined the 435,000 women in the U.S. each year who experience heart attacks.

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Your Car as Your Doctor

Your Car as Your Doctor | Heart diseases and Heart Conditions | Scoop.it

Ford is developing a car seat capable of monitoring drivers’ ECG to provide real-time health information and alerts of imminent cardiovascular issues such as a heart attack or arrhythmias.

My comment=> The technology is evolving rapidly.  How this will compete with or integrate with mobile devices and wearable monitoring devices remains to be seen.  The auto industry has had reasonable commercial success integrateing technology for entertainement purposes and also new safety technologies.  This health monitoring approach seems like a commercial gimmick, but might help sell cars.  i can envision the marketing of the speeding car with tachometer and heart rate monitor displayed side by side.


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