Wristband responds to UV levels to warn wearers against overexposure to the sun

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Often the best ideas are the simplest, and this is certainly true when it comes to innovations in monitoring a person’s health. A new innovation from Scotland’s University of Strathclyde comes in the form of a paper wristband that monitors UV light levels, turning from yellow to pink when the levels have reached their safe limit and thereby alerting the wearer to the danger of sunburn.

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