Remote health sensors are becoming the norm

Think glucose monitors in your car are state-of-the-art? Try sweat-monitors in your socks. The New York Times reports on efforts on the hardware side of the mHealth market to insert sensors into your smartphones for everything from monitoring your elevation above sea level to bodily functions like temperature and sweating. Article

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