Wearables are extremely popular among the fitness conscious, counting steps, measuring heart rates, and more. But for them to become an all-encompassing health diagnostic tool – like the cool, tricorder-wielding doctors of the future use – they have to go a bit further and give you a more detailed view of your actual health.
This need to kick it up a notch inspired engineers at the University of California San Diego to develop a flexible, wearable device that captures electrocardiogram (EKG) data and lactate levels, both critical pieces of information for diagnosing and monitoring the body’s cardiovascular health

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