device to restore vision

The world-first device to restore vision being prepared for human clinical trials

The project, more than 10 years in the making, will boost local manufacturing and may help treat other conditions, such as limb paralysis.
Apple Heartline study

Apple, J&J to study whether Apple Watch can reduce the risk of stroke

The Heartline study, open to people aged 65 and older, will research atrial fibrillation and early detection of stroke using Apple's smartwatch.
VR relieve pain during childbirth

VR can help relieve pain during childbirth?

A small study among 40 hospitalized women in labor has found that immersion in virtual reality can help women reduce pain.
health studies in Research app

The new Research app launches with three health studies

The Apple Heart and Movement, Women's Health and Hearing Studies are now open for enrollment in the U.S.
VR in healthcare

AppliedVR, NCI to evaluate VR as a solution to help address cancer-related anxiety

The proof-of-concept study will evaluate AppliedVR's system on scanxiety - the anxiety patients experience before or after medical diagnostics scans.
Apple health studies

Apple announces three new health studies

The studies will be conducted in collaboration with leading medical institutions to examine hearing, women's, mobility and heart health.
ONCOassist

ONCOassist launches clinical trial search engine

The solution enables often busy and under pressure oncology clinicians to access relevant, up to date tools and content at their fingertips.
dementia study

Apple, Eli Lilly studying whether iPhones and Apple Watches can detect signs of dementia

The early-stage study took place over 12 weeks and included an 82-person healthy control group and 31 individuals with varying stages of cognitive decline.
iPhone Watch Heart Study

Stanford Medicine unveils Apple Heart Study results

The largest study ever of its kind enrolled over 400,000 participants from all 50 states in a span of only eight months.
Apple Watch on hand

Apple Watch users increase the number of active days increased by almost 31%

The number comes from a massive RAND Corporation study which included 400,000 participants across the US, Europe and South Africa.