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Researchers develop smart wristband to monitor health condition

Researchers at Rutgers University-New Brunswick have developed a smart wristband that uses a biosensor technology to monitor personal health conditions.

The plastic wearable device can count particles and is expected to help in tracking the blood cells. It can be wirelessly connected to a smartphone, allowing the remote transfer of data.

This technology can be leveraged for watches and other wearable devices designed to monitor heart rates and physical activity.

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