Smartwatch study explores better living with epilepsy

By Nick Gibbs
Updated March 27 2023 - 4:43pm, first published 4:38pm
Aileen McGonigal says the study will examine how smartwatches might serve people with epilepsy. (PR HANDOUT IMAGE PHOTO)
Aileen McGonigal says the study will examine how smartwatches might serve people with epilepsy. (PR HANDOUT IMAGE PHOTO)

The potential for smartwatches to recognise stress signals and alert people living with epilepsy to periods of high seizure risk will be investigated in a new study.

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