noninvasive glucose sensing

By Dave Muoio April 23, 2018
Researchers from the University of California San Diego have developed a low-cost, single-use tattoo-like wearable that measures the user’s glucose levels. According to a release from the institution, this noninvasive technology will be at the center of a newly announced pilot clinical trial designed to test the accuracy and acceptability of the tattoos. “Drawing blood is uncomfortable. No one...
By Jonah Comstock January 2, 2018
Citing anonymous sources within Apple, reports in Bloomberg and the New York Times over the past weeks continue to add to the pile of leaks and rumors about two of Apple's currently under-development health devices: a wrist-worn glucose sensor and an EKG built into the Apple Watch. Combined with Apple's public efforts like the Stanford Heart study, previously documented conversations with the FDA...
By Brian Dolan September 10, 2014
The Apple Watch, announced on-stage at an event in California yesterday, didn't live up to the rumors that it would offer advanced health sensing -- rumors that built up around the "iWatch" thanks to months of reports about Apple's growing team of medical sensor experts. Why did Apple hire a sleep expert like Roy J.E.M. Raymann from Philips Research -- a senior scientist at Philips Research who...