Smart wristband monitors blood cell count

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Springwise has closely followed the growing trend of wearables in the health and fitness industry. From a sports bra that responds to the wearer’s movements to smart socks to treat chronic venous disease, wearable tech has made huge strides for people’s well-being. Now engineers from Rutgers University have developed the next step forward in health trackers. Their new design features a biosensor that can count particles, such as blood cells. Current wearables only measure a handful of physical data, like heart rate and activity levels. This wristband includes a flexible circuit board and a biosensor thinner than a single human…

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