Skin-Based Glucose Sensor Might Liberate Diabetics from Painful Finger Pricks

Scientists at University of Texas at Dallas have developed a skin sensor that can measure glucose levels in a person’s sweat. Currently, diabetics only use blood samples to quantify their glucose levels. Pricking one’s fingers to draw a sample is painful, and children with diabetes almost universally hate doing it. Many adults regularly guesstimate their own … Continue reading Skin-Based Glucose Sensor Might Liberate Diabetics from Painful Finger Pricks