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April 23, 2021 at 2:17 am #1065lucillelemmonsGuest
A diabetes pump means no injections, but does mean carrying the tech round your waist at all times.
The study, published Monday in the journal PLOS ONE, suggested that social media posts could be monitored like physical symptoms.
As time consuming as Facebook can be sometimes, a new study suggests what you post could offer a window into your health. The language used in Facebook posts could be helpful in predicting diseases and mental health disorders, according to research from Penn Medicine and Stony Brook University.
The tech giant released its Heart Study app in November, which can identify irregular heart rhythms and notify users who might be experiencing atrial fibrillation.
The study’s results come amid earlier speculation that Apple is working on noninvasive diabetes sensors, but subsequent reports stated the technology is years away from becoming a reality.
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