Can Sweat Patches Revolutionize Diabetes?

In another breaking-news report on how to monitor the growing diabetes epidemic, BBC.com is highlighting a sensor developed in South Korea that can measure blood sugar levels by examining a person’s sweat, rather than blood. The sensor can also be hooked up to a patch of tiny needles to automatically inject diabetes medication if needed. While this is encouraging for people who are weary of puncturing themselves daily to determine their blood sugar levels, and then deliver insulin...

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