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Default New Medical Alert Option

A possible new option for those that don't have a medical alert button and a landline phone. Also, a good option in case you fall outside...

New Apple watch- Series 4

"...new watch can detect when you've taken a hard fall, and automatically call emergency services if you don't respond to the alert. It'll also reach out to your emergency contacts."

"...the watch's new ECG feature measures heart rate and will let you know if anything is irregular or potentially dangerous"

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