N.C. State researchers have developed a sensor that can be worn on the wrist or chest to monitor hydration levels. The sensor could be useful for military, first responders and athletes to prevent health issues related to dehydration.
N.C. State researchers have developed a sensor that can be worn on the wrist or chest to monitor hydration levels. The sensor could be useful for military, first responders and athletes to prevent health issues related to dehydration. N.C. State University
N.C. State researchers have developed a sensor that can be worn on the wrist or chest to monitor hydration levels. The sensor could be useful for military, first responders and athletes to prevent health issues related to dehydration. N.C. State University

NC State develops hydration tracking wearable sensor that could help military, first responders

February 07, 2017 5:35 PM

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