digital sports

By Brian Dolan July 25, 2013
Researchers at the University of California in San Diego have developed a noninvasive, realtime wearable sensor that continuously monitors the wearer's sweat's lactate levels. The sensor could be used to help assess physical performance for athletes, soldiers, or patients, the researchers wrote in an article published by a medical journal affiliated with the American Chemical Society. "Wearable...
By Neil Versel June 18, 2013
A story in Sunday's New York Times about wireless devices that can help detect blows to the head in athletes is bringing fresh attention to the issue of sports-related concussions and how digital health technology can help better monitor and treat head injuries. It also is reaffirming the fact that body-worn sensors are not meant to be substitutes for expert medical care. As Cambridge, Mass.-...

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