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This Stick-on Biosensor Monitors Blood Sugar—No Needle Necessary

Measuring your blood sugar may be weirdly trendy, but if you’re one of the estimated 3.5 million Brits with diabetes, it’s mostly a pain. A literal pain. People with diabetes either have to prick their fingers and draw blood or wear a monitor with a tiny tube inserted into their skin to continuously measure glucose in the fluid between cells. And sticking a needle in yourself isn’t exactly pleasant. Read More >>