Invasive Monitoring

Attachable monitoring devices take on excessive alcohol consumption

Implications - Borderline invasive alcohol-monitoring implantations are becoming more common as institutions and brands seek to empower consumers in reducing their intake of such beverages. The use of attachable monitoring chips ensures accountability on the part of consumers seeking to enhance their health or overcome alcoholism, while giving companies in-depth quantifiable information on consumer lifestyle habits as they relate to alcohol intake.
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