Shirt detects epileptic seizures and immediately calls a doctor

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Sudden attacks can affect people of all kinds, whether it's those with heart problems, asthma, anxiety or epilepsy. The most difficult thing about living with these conditions is not being in control of when they occur. We recently saw LifeTip offer detailed cardiac monitoring to alert emergency services when a heart attack happns, and now WEMU is a sensor-laden shirt that keeps track of epilepsy sufferers' physiological signs and alerts doctors of seizures. Created by France-based Bioserenity, the lightweight shirt can be worn underneath another layer and uses biometric sensors to track heart activity and muscle contraction. The shirt also…

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