On Wednesday, July 15 @ 6:30 we have a special TVAUG Zoom session.
We are having a discussion about the health and heart features of the Apple Watch with Dr. Sujata Balulad MD, a local cardiologist and electrophysiologist. She will discuss how her staff and her patients use the Apple Watch to monitor cardio activity.
Zoom details will be shared with you via Mail Chimp email going out on July 10 and are also posted in our TVAUG Forum’s calendar. If you are not a member of our Forum, instructions for joining can be found here.
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