Under the tongue health scanner
This article was originally published in Start Up
The handheld, battery-operated Dyno Sensor from DynoSense Corp. is a health scanner, akin to a digital thermometer, that can ascertain 33 critical health metrics via a small wireless device placed under the tongue for less than 60 seconds
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