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This Tiny Sensor on Tooth Can Reveal What You Eat

The tooth sensor can provide information regarding glucose, salt and alcohol intake.
A gold, square sensor which can wirelessly connect to a mobile device is mounted on a person's tooth.
3_25_sensor on tooth Source: SilkLab, Tufts University

It’s not easy to remember what you ate a week ago or even the day of, but a new tiny sensor could help doctors keep track of patients’ diets.

The sensor, which is designed to be mounted on from Tufts University. It’s able to communicate wirelessly through devices, such as smartphone, and can provide information regarding glucose, salt and alcohol intake.

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