Sweat-monitoring patch releases diabetes drugs when required

Unlocking the secrets that sweat contains about our bodies could come to offer all kinds of exciting ways to maintain our physical well-being. From glucose to sodium, tracking of key chemicals in this bodily fluid could make for new, non-invasive ways to keep tabs on harmful conditions. The latest effort to tap into this assortment of physiological information comes in the form of a sweat-monitoring patch that records glucose in a subject and even releases diabetes drugs into the bloodstream to keep its levels in check…
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