High-Tech Diabetes Gadgets from CES 2019

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Wearable glucose monitor

A new wristwatch tests blood sugar levels without drawing blood, instead using nanosensors to detect gases given off through breath or skin that are indicative of high and low blood sugar. The faceless watch, made by AerBetic of Birmingham, Alabama, will be paired with a companion smartphone app that can inform individuals and their caregivers about blood sugar levels. A prototype was displayed at the conference, but the company plans to make the device available later this year to both adults and children at a cost of less than $500.


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