The future of health research is you! Now you can contribute to groundbreaking health research in women’s health, hearing health or heart health simply by using your Apple Watch and iPhone, and the Research app. Your data and participation will help advance researchers' understanding of these areas in health that have not been well understood until now and could lead to the development of new products that will help millions lead longer and healthier lives. 1. Join the Apple Women’s Health Study, conducted in partnership with the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and National Institue of Health Sciences to help advance the understanding of menstrual cycles and health conditions such as infertility, osteoporosis, and menopause. 2. Join the Apple Heart and Movement Study, conducted in partnership with the American Heart Association and Bringham and Women's Hospital to help advance discovery in heart science and to help us learn how activity and your habits can contribute to a healthier heart. 3. Join the Apple Hearing Study, conducted in partnership with the University of Michigan to help advance the understanding of how sound exposure levels over time can impact your hearing, stress levels, and cardiac health. Features: Review available studies, learn about the research partners and the research goals, understand study expectations, and if you are eligible, enroll by providing your consent. Choose which data to share and with what study, and review and manage data collected. Perform relevant tasks for enrolled studies. Learn how other Apple research studies have contributed to advancements in health science and to the development of innovative health products.
I would have enjoyed participating in your research, however, your app will only work with an Apple Watch and NO other fitness tracking device. I understand Apple would like for us to use only their products. This interferes with true research and data collection. Please reconsider your stance, allowing other fitness devices that the Health App can work with would go a long way toward Medical Research...
I’ve been trying to work and help with a couple studies. And for some reason the Powerbeats pro earbuds don’t count as compatible your buds for the audio test. I don’t know why but they do work with Apple play and have in your volume adjustment and loudness detection like AirPods do and I know it works with Apple but for some reason it’s not working with this app.
Yes I will be that person who calls out that there’s no incentive for participating. Apple is a billion dollar company but expect people to just provide free data. It can be as easy as early access to beta apps or Apple Cash. I do like that the surveys are natively integrated which many other survey apps do not have. I haven’t gone through all the setup yet since I paused after realizing I was giving my data away for free. I guess in a sense the data is more accurate because people are providing their info without any incentive right now.
The M word is racist and not even scientific. Please change your habits.
Not sure why but the tasks I’ve completed already would show up again as incomplete and I ended up having to complete them twice.
12/31/2020 I find some sections way to risky to try. Thanks for detailed information but my privacy I am NOT WILLING TO RISK.
How does VO2 Max levels go down month after month with exercise? My level this year was in the high range before exercising 45 to 60 minutes per day and now I am below average. It decrease each month as I increased my minutes in Peloton. Please go back to the drawing board in this calculation. You have it backwards.
I really wanted to like this app. I strongly support the idea of sharing the data. Unfortunately it was killing my battery life so I had to delete the app.
Ultra runner/athlete yeah right. He probably works for Garmin.
I’m an ultra runner and want to contribute to the heart and fitness studies. It says you need to record your workouts with an Apple Watch for the studies. Apple watches are activity trackers, not true fitness watches. My Garmin fitness watch is designed for athletes and adventurist (and other brands like Suunto) provide much better data than Apple watches, yet the wording sounds like I cannot contribute my data to the study. Why not let let us sync Strava, Garmin Connect, or another app’s heart data? Minus 1 star for marketing bias. Minus another star for not allowing non-Apple fitness watches to contribute data. Minus another star for no heart rate monitor strap support.