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This Non-Invasive Device Helps Diabetics Keep Track Of Blood Sugar

 - May 6, 2016
References: cardiff.ac.uk & gizmag
A group of researchers and scientists working out of Cardiff University in the UK have developed an innovatively designed new diabetes-monitoring device that is designed to make life a whole lot easier for diabetes patients, at least when it comes to being able to monitor their health.

What's great about this diabetes-monitoring device is the fact that it makes it possible for people suffering from Type 1 diabetes to keep track of their glucose levels without having to extract blood. The device can be attached to the body using adhesives, and uses microwave emissions to monitor glucose levels.

This diabetes-monitoring device ensures that sufferers of Type 1 diabetes can keep tabs on their health without inconveniencing themselves too much.