Can technology help beat Lyme?

That just might be happening!

Applications for nanorobots is still years away, but here is a story of a man whose smartwatch and oxygen sensor helped him detect Lyme in it’s early stage when antibiotics are effective!

Science Daily describes how a recent study, which was conducted by researchers at Stanford University, showed that smart watches, along with other personal biosensor devices, may be able to help detect the tick-borne Lyme disease.

This is incredibly exciting new.

Personally, I use a fitbit for tracking my exercise but this is taking technology to an entire new level.  Does anyone have experience with other technologies or wearables?

 

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