App asks for user heart rhythm data for disorder research

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A joint initiative between the UK and US-based Arrhythmia Alliance, Happitech in the Netherlands, and Bug Labs in the US have launched its Heart for Heart app with the help of the Dutch Heart Association. The app is a simple tool to monitor heart health. Users place their finger on the camera lens of their phone and hold still in order for it to take 90 seconds of heart rhythm data, which will be used in research to find a cure for Atrial Fibrillation, also known as AFib, the most common heart rhythm disorder.

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