The transition from fitness wearables to more medical devices such as diabetes wearables is promising. While people might have a love/hate relationship with the former, it's undeniable that they have helped pave the way for other practical uses that will alleviate the unnecessary stresses in patients' lives. For instance, this diabetes wearable -- dubbed the Glucowear -- doesn't require invasive methods to track glucose levels accurately.
Designed by Malvin Gonzales, the Glucowear diabetes wearable works with a paired smartphone app in order for the wearer to access real-time glucose readings while managing their logbooks and analyze health patterns. Of course, what diabetics might appreciate the most is how stylish the design of the band is.
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- By: Meghan YoungJun 7, 2016