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b>SAN ANTONIO/b>: Smile, schoolchildren. You're on calorie camera. Health officials trying to reduce obesity and improve eating habits at five San Antonio elementary schools unveiled a US$2mil (RM6mil) research project that will photograph students' lunch trays before they sit down to eat and later take a snapshot of the leftovers.
In Britain, the Department of Health plans to ask doctors in the country to encourage their patients to rely on mobile apps to track biometrics and symptoms for a range of health issues, from pregnancy to diabetes - all in hopes of trimming back unnecessary medical visits.
A new study finds that digital tools and apps to monitor diabetes fall short of helping to change people's behaviors.
The Google lab known for working on unusual projects like self-driving cars is crafting a contact lens that could help diabetics manage blood sugar levels.
Adolescents with chronic diseases who were allowed to text their doctors were better equipped to manage their own healthcare and more likely to request help at the first sign of problems, a new study found.