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MagneTrace

 - Mar 14, 2008
References: gatech.edu & gatech.edu
If you or someone you know have a hard time remembering when to take your meds, the MagneTrace necklace is sure to be a great use to many.

According to Georgia Tech, "The necklace, called MagneTrace, contains an array of magnetic sensors that could be used to detect when specially-designed medication containing a tiny magnet passes through a person's esophagus. And for persons who may not want to wear a necklace, MagneTrace sensors can be incorporated into a patch attached to the chest."

I wonder if it also monitors those who abuse meds.