The Life Line health monitoring system is a concept designed by Mikhail St-Denis to help you easily keep a check on your heart rate, blood sugar levels, body temperature and other important data you maybe not be aware of on a day to day basis.
By simply wearing a small bracelet the system seamlessly tracks your vital signs and data, transferring them via wifi to your cell phone or computer. The bracelet is powered by your body heat so now worries about any down time due to recharges.
All data is logged and converted into easy to read graphs which are compiled into weekly reports on your current health thats can be used to recommend action or users can share their data via social media, using LifeLine’s dedicated app or website, to create awareness or receive health tips. Other uses include it issuing warnings when foreign substances are detected in your system.
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