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At the University of Texas at Dallas, researchers led by first developed a flexible textile-based biosensor to monitor the stress hormone cortisol before then moving on to investigate glucose

The wearable diagnostic tool that measures three diabetes-related compounds in microscopic amounts of perspiration, developed by the team at the University of Texas

Source  Courtesy of University of Texas