Wearable wrist device tracks metabolites via sweat

Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a wearable device that uses metabolites from sweat to track physical performance. Worn on the wrist, the tracker could be used to monitor key chemical markers including glucose and lactose in athletes or military personnel. These metabolites can indicate flagging performance or potential health issues, enabling trainers … Continue reading Wearable wrist device tracks metabolites via sweat