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Mar. 23 – A team of South Korean researchers has developed a convenient alternative to the conventional arm cuff for measuring blood pressure. For decades, the inflatable band has been used to monitor hypertension, but the team from Seoul National University has created a wearable sensor that can provide continuous monitoring throughout the day. Tara Cleary reports.

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