According to The Hill (9/21, Kelley), Apple “is reportedly developing new health care software to diagnose and screen for signs of depression in users, the Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.” The diagnoses “would be generated with a bevy of user data, ranging from physical activity levels, sleep patterns, mobility, typing behavior and other health information.” Further, developers at the company “are looking to use the data to refine algorithms that can detect signs of depression and other targeted mental health conditions.” FierceBiotech (9/21, Park) also covers the story. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)