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That’s more than the government spends on defense, social security, education, veterans’ benefits and income security* combined.
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Learn about Sense4Baby, the West Health Institute-developed maternal monitor technology that helped Apple kick off this week's launch of new iPhones, iPads and Apple Watch upgrades
The San Diego Union-Tribune writes about the origins of the region's life science community on Torrey Pines, home of the West Health Institute
Apple's special event launching new iPhones and iPads is kicked off with the West Health Institute-developed Sense4Baby, which is being used to help moms and babies everywhere with the Apple Watch and AirStrip Technologies
State of Aging: An interview with John Rother, president and CEO of the National Coalition on Health Care