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« on: January 23, 2020, 04:05:19 pm »

Apple Watch helps Kentucky woman catch AFib while she was asleep

Apple Watch saves lives.

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Apple Watch appears to have saved another life.
A Kentucky woman credits her watch with alerting her of a heart condition.
This is one of many stories where the Apple Watch has served as a guardian of health.


A Kentucky woman is crediting her Apple Watch with alerting her to get her heart checked after it detected she may be suffering from Atrial Fibrillation.

Reported by WHAS11, an ABC affiliate, Rosemary Stiles had received the Apple Watch as a Christmas gift from her boyfriend in 2018. She had wanted the Apple Watch so she could check in on her kids without having to text and drive.

Over the course of last year, Stiles began to suffer from low energy without much explanation.


  "I felt tired, I was run down ... I had no energy. I would get up in the mornings and I could do a little bit of stuff around the house but then after a few minutes, I would have to go sit down in a chair, and it wouldn't be long before I would fall as...

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