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A 30-second selfie video shot from an iPhone may be able to predict if you’re at risk of a stroke – Daily Mail

Saturday, 20 August, 2022

A 30-second selfie video shot from an iPhone may be able to predict if you’re at risk of a stroke – Daily Mail

In the experiment study participants lay on their back with their head in a box that limited movement while a smartphone camera was sued to film the arteries in their neck in action

 
You've noticed the camera on your phone get exponentially better over the years.

But it might now be good enough to save your life — by spotting whether you're at risk of a stroke.

Researchers have developed an algorithm that assesses the width of the arteries in your neck.

The programme works by scanning a 30-second video of someone's neck, taken from a modern smartphone.

Read more at: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11119531/A-30-second-selfie-video-shot-iPhone-able-predict-youre-risk-stroke.html

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