Cleveland Clinic partners with Google Assistant: 4 things to know

Cleveland Clinic partnered with Google Assistant to allow users to receive health and wellness content directly from the digital voice assistant.

Four things to know:

1. The feature is available on Google Home and Google Assistant-enabled devices, including phones, speakers, wearables and TVs.

2. Google Assistant will respond to voice commands such as "Hey Google, ask Cleveland Clinic for today's tips," and "Hey Google, talk to Cleveland Clinic."

3. With the voice commands, individuals can access up to three new tips in the following categories: nutrition, common concerns and healthy habits.

4. The Google Assistant app will also provide users a text summary and hyperlink to the corresponding Health Essentials blog post the content is pulled from. 

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