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Google looking to cash in on your medical queries

Every day a billion health-related questions are asked on Google and, obviously, the search giant is looking to harness that volume...
Ambra Health

Ambra Health, Google Cloud collaborate to advance healthcare research

Ambra Health Cloud PACS for Google Cloud allows researchers to easily de-identifying patient medical imaging data for use in research studies.
Google patents sensing milieu in the bathroom

Google files a patent for a smart bathroom

The filing describes the usage of optical sensors placed in patients' devices or belongings to capture data on individual's cardiovascular function.
Google PTSD screening tool

Google PTSD screening tool launched in partnership with VA and NAMI

Now when you search for PTSD or related queries on Google on mobile, you'll see a Knowledge Panel that will give you the option to check if you may have PTSD.
medical imaging

Google partners with key players to advance medical imaging

Among the companies using the search giant's services are Change Healthcare, Dicom Systems, Kanteron Systems and Zebra Medical Vision.
Google Launchpad Studio

Four digital health startups join Google’s Launchpad Studio

The 6-month mentorship program aims to help applied machine learning startups build great products using the most advanced tools and technologies available.
Google - depression self-assessment

Google makes it easy for users to check whether they’re clinically depressed

The search engine offers a seamless access to the PHQ-9, a clinically validated screening questionnaire to test what your likely level of depression may be.
Senosis Health app

Google acquires mHealth monitoring startup Senosis Health

Senosis' apps collect health metrics to diagnose pulmonary function, hemoglobin counts and other critical health information.
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Google releases first data of its project to map air pollution data

Users are now able to see maps for Oakland, CA of nitric oxide, nitrogen dioxide and black carbon-pollutants emitted from cars, trucks and other sources.
Google Calendar makes you fit

Google Calendar now lets you track your New Year’s fitness goals

The application will help you find time to exercise, and connect to Google Fit and/or Apple Health to automatically detect when you had a training session.