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Wearable sensors and features for diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases: A systematic review - Huan Zhao, Junyi Cao, Junxiao Xie, Wei-Hsin Liao, Yaguo Lei, Hongmei Cao, Qiumin Qu, Chris Bowen, 2023

From journals.sagepub.com

ObjectiveNeurodegenerative diseases affect millions of families around the world, while various wearable sensors and corresponding data analysis can be of great support for clinical diagnosis an
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Wearable devices: underrepresentation in the ageing society

From www.thelancet.com

In The Lancet Digital Health, Zinzuwadia and Singh commented on the bias and inequity
in studies that make use of wearable devices among the general population.1 We appreciate
their efforts to widen the known issue of insufficient representation from racially
minoritised people, to people from low-income or rural communities, and other populations
with poorer access to digital literacy. However, they did not properly address older
populations, especially those who are most likely to benefit from remote monitoring
and wearable device technology—people living with age-related cognitive decline and
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Amazon arrête la commercialisation des bracelets connectés Halo

From www.usine-digitale.fr

Arrivé en retard sur le marché, le géant du commerce en ligne n'a pas réussi à imposer sa gamme d'appareils...-Santé
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Suivre sa température gastrointestinale

From www.journaldunet.com

5 raisons d'avaler un objet connecté
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What is the Cue Health Monitoring System? | Cue

From cuehealth.com

The Cue Health Monitoring System delivers real-time diagnostic testing and results—in the palm of your hand.
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Apple (AAPL) Planning AI Health Coaching Service, Mood Tracker, iPad Health App - Bloomberg

From www.bloomberg.com

Apple Inc. is working on an artificial intelligence-powered health coaching service and new technology for tracking emotions, its latest attempt to lock in users with health and wellness features.
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Apple May Want to Use AI to Change Your Diet, Sleep Routine, and Mood: Report

From www.businessinsider.com

Apple is currently developing an AI-powered health coach under the codename Quartz, set to be released next year, Bloomberg reported.
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iPhone : un suivi des humeurs avec iOS 17, et un coach de santé avec intelligence artificielle pour 2024 | LCDG

From lecafedugeek.fr

Apple s'apprête à faire bouger les choses autour de ses fonctionnalités de santé.Un nouveau rapport de Mark Gurman mentionne en effet l'arrivée de...
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Le pilulier connecté intelligent de Thess labellisé "Capacité Santé France 2030"

From objectif-languedoc-roussillon.latribune.fr

Le 25 avril, l’entreprise montpelliéraine Thess Corporate annonce avoir été l...
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The Widespread Use of Wearable Technology Coincides With a Major Healthcare Advance

From digitalsalutem.com

Wearable technology has been a major trend for the past few years, but now it's about to get even more widespread...
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Clinical Use of the Apple Watch

From cardiocypher.com

Apple Inc.released the first Apple Watch in April 2015.  At that time, it was mostly marketed as a fitness and fashion accessory.  However, it has quickly developed into one of the most popular pieces of consumer health tech on the market, and data generated from the device is commonly encountered...
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L'idée derrière le mode "yeux fermés" sur la balance Withings

From www.presse-citron.net

Pour tous ceux qui souhaitent garder leur poids confidentiel, se focaliser sur un autre repère, ou ne veulent pas se décourager. Un mode spécial arrive sur la nouvelle Body Smart, la nouvelle balance connectée de Withings.
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On a l’âge de ses artères, mais personne ne veut le savoir....

From www.edimark.fr

L’hypertension artérielle (HTA) reste un problème de santé publique majeur. La pression artérielle est un continuum, qui va de l’élévation modéré
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La rigidité artérielle et l'âge artériel sont les prochains biomarqueurs sur lesquels travaillent les géants de la tech -Envie d'en savoir plus ? Regardez cette vidéo : Qu’est-ce que le vieillissem...

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Qu’est-ce que le vieillissement vasculaire? -Animation par VascAgeNet (version sous-titrée)
Cette animation explique le concept de vieillissement vasculaire et souligne l’importance de prendre soin de vos artères pour éviter d’endommager vos organes. Il a été créé par VascAgeNet, RIVA Illustrations (www.riva-illustrations.com) et Francesco Guarnaccia.

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Diplôme Universitaire Santé Connectée Appliquée à la Thérapeutique : des Dispositifs Médicaux à l’Intelligence Artificielle - UGA - Catalogue des formations - Université Grenoble Alpes

From formations.univ-grenoble-alpes.fr

L'Université Grenoble Alpes propose un large éventail de formations, de la licence au doctorat, dans les domaines suivants : arts, lettres, langues / droit, économie, gestion / sciences humaines et sociales / sciences, technologies, santé.
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Arterial and Cardiac Aging: Major Shareholders in Cardiovascular Disease Enterprises #arterialstiffness #PWV #cardiovascular 

From www.ahajournals.org

Thus, an increased PWV reflects 3 potential risk factors: increased systolic pressure, widened pulse pressure, and altered vascular wall properties.
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For older adults, every 500 additional steps taken daily associated with lower heart risk  #cardiovascular #prevention #lifestyle

From newsroom.heart.org

Research Highlights: A study of people ages 70 and older found walking an additional 500 steps per day, or an additional quarter mile of walking, was associated with a 14% lower risk of heart disease, stroke or heart failure. Compared to adults wh
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Oura study shows covid-19 can impact your biometrics for weeks after infection

From www.theverge.com

Oura’s latest study indicates that covid-19 can impact biometrics like temperature, heart rate, heart rate variability, and sleep up to 2.5 days before symptoms and for several weeks after.
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Evaluation of the ability of a commercially available cuffle... : Journal of Hypertension

From journals.lww.com

c BP (DBP) compared to conventional ambulatory monitoring (ABPM); and antihypertensive medication-induced BP changes compared to cuff-based home BP monitoring (HBPM).


We fitted 41 participants (32% females, 58 ± 14 years, 80% hypertensive) with a wrist-wearable cuffless BP device (Aktiia) continuously for 6–12 days. At the beginning and the end of this period, 24-h ABPM was performed. Three participants with hypertension (one female; 60 ± 8 years) wore the Aktiia device and performed HBPM continuously one week before and 2 weeks after antihypertensive medication uptitration.


Compared to ABPM, Aktiia reported higher average SBP for 24-h (difference 4.9 mmHg, 95% CI [1.9, 7.9]) and night-time (15.5[11.8, 19.1] mmHg; all P ≤ 0.01), but similar daytime (1.0 [–1.8, 3.8] mmHg; P = 0.48). Similarly, average cuffless DBP was higher for 24-h (4.2 [2.3, 6.0] mmHg) and night-time (11.8 [9.5, 14.1] mmHg; both P < 0.001), but similar during daytime (1.4 [–0.4, 3.23] mmHg; P = 0.13). Aktiia also reported reduced night-time dip for SBP (difference 14.2 [12.1, 16.3] mmHg) and DBP (10.2 [8.5, 11.9] mmHg; both P < 0.001). The average medication-induced SBP/DBP decline after 2 weeks of uptitration was –1.0/–0.8 mmHg with Aktiia vs. –19.7/–11.5 mmHg with HBPM (P = 0.03 for difference).


This cuffless wearable device did not accurately track night-time BP decline and results suggested it was unable to track medication-induced BP changes.

Graphical abstract:
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Devices to Help You Sleep, Robotic Boots and Other Technologies That Will Change Your Health

From www.wsj.com

Doctors and researchers at Google, MIT and more forecast advances they see coming for health and wellness...
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The Apple Watch spO2 sensor and outliers in healthy users | npj Digital Medicine

From www.nature.com

It is unclear how frequently the Apple Watch produces spO2 measurements outside of the normal range in healthy individuals at rest. We conducted a head-to-head comparison in 38 healthy individuals between two watches and two medical-grade pulse oximeters.
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Longer Time Spent in Light Physical Activity Is Associated With Reduced Arterial Stiffness in Older Adults #arterialstiffness #cardiovascular #prevention 

From www.ahajournals.org

Habitual moderate-to-vigorous–intensity physical activity attenuates arterial stiffening. However, it is unclear whether light physical activity also attenuates arterial stiffening. It is als
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From Fitness to Vital Signs: A Deep Dive into Wearable Tech -

From workweek.com

Wearable technology will soon become widespread and as regularly used as putting on shoes before leaving the house. Heck, I’m writing this newsletter with my Garmin watch on my left wrist and my WHOOP band on my right bicep. All I need is a wearable to measure my electrolytes. Then I’m set. I’m not the…
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