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smartphone can now detect heart problems

"atrial fibrillation" (A-fib) is a type of abnormal cardiac rhythm that affects one in four people. A visit to your physician is normally required to detect it (and is still a must), but a company called AliveCor has just announced that its AFib Dector algorithms have been approved by the FDA for professional or personal use. http://www.engadget.com/2014/08/21/your-smartphone-can-now-tell-you-if-you-have-a-heart-condition/ #tech

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