London: A device that detects blood sugar levels by simply shining onto the skin could be a boon for diabetics.The technique, which does away with finger pricks, is being tested at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US. It works by measuring glucose levels in a fluid found just beneath the skin. A computer programme then instantly calculates glucose in the bloodstream, reports the Daily Mail. Diabetes develops when the pancreas either stops producing insulin altogether or its output drops sharply.
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