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Apple continues to stretch out into the health world as the Cupertino based tech giant has teamed up with Johnson and Johnson in a new study called hardline the purpose of the research is to find out if the apple watch can help reduce the risk of stroke in detecting atrial fibrillation early the study will last three years two years of active engagement followed by one year of research open enrollment for the study starts today apple watch owners interested need to be sixty five years or older live in the U. S. and own an iPhone six or