Personalized sweat sensor reliably monitors blood glucose without finger pricks
1 month ago - By ScienceDaily
Many people with diabetes endure multiple, painful finger pricks each day to measure their blood glucose. Now, researchers have developed a device that can measure glucose in sweat with the touch of a fingertip, and then a personalized algorithm provides an accurate estimate of blood glucose levels.
Read more ...
The headlines of Master Doctor
G-7 leaders agree to call on China to respect human rights in Xinjiang and...
Qld Opposition calls for more infrastructure spending to create jobs
The state government has re-announced two existing $460 million programs to tackle rising unemployment, but the Opposition says more capital works are needed.
Push for more public transport linking CBD and airport before Olympics
A CityGlider bus service and the Brisbane Metro network could better connect the city to the airport before the 2032 Games.
This Guy Did 300 Squats a Day for 30 Days and Shared His Body Transformation
YouTuber Evan Zhang revealed what 9,000 squat reps did to his quads.
Burn Fat and Build Muscle With This 1-Week Weightlifting Workout Plan
If you want to start lifting weights more often but have no idea what to do in the gym, we've got you covered. We've created this one-week weightlifting plan that's suitable...
Covid-19: Hospital data key to 21 June lockdown end, says Raab
Dominic Raab says the decision depends on breaking the link between cases and hospital admissions.
Snap judgment: Kennedy denies Tigers in Perth with last-gasp goal
The veteran Eagles forward got down low in a way that defied his age then launched an extraordinary set shot to seal victory over the reigning premiers.
Roosters skipper Cordner to retire over concussion issues
Australian and NSW captain Boyd Cordner will become the second Roosters player this year to hang up the boots due to repeated head knocks.
Hemsworth honoured as he turns his powers to charity
Australian Actor Chris Hemsworth has been acknowledged for his significant contribution to the performing arts and work with charitable organisations.
Purcell praised for contribution to the arts, women and culture
Award winning actress, writer and director Leah Purcell has been made a Member of the Order of Australia.