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Apple Watch ECG app arriving in Canada soon following health regulator's approval

AppleInsider Tuesday, 21 May 2019
Owners of the Apple Watch Series 4 in Canada could be able to use the ECG app to monitor their heart in the near future, after regulator Health Canada has approved the wearable device's electrocardiogram and irregular rhythm notification features.
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