Activity data from wearables could help monitor blood sugar levels, study indicates #WearableWednesday
Health data that wearables are already capable of collecting could also help predict blood glucose levels. Via The Verge:
Activity data from a Fitbit can predict changes in blood sugar control for adults with prediabetes, a condition that affects around one in three adults in the United States, a new study shows. The findings point to a strategy that tech companies might use in their rumored efforts to build diabetes technology into wearable products.
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