This clinical study, detailing how wearables can offer women a more accurate, noninvasive way to predict fertile days during their menstrual cycle, just became available.  The study results demonstrate the impact of artificial intelligence and machine learning’s integration into health care. By monitoring numerous physiological parameters simultaneously, wearable technology uniquely improves upon retrospective methods for fertility awareness and enables the first real-time predictive model of ovulation.

Study sponsor includes Ava AG Switzerland and University Hospital, Zurich Switzerland

Source: Gizmodo

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