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Toilet Seat Monitors Your Risk of Heart Failure

News   Mar 21, 2019 | Original story by Vienna McGrain, Rochester Institute of Technology

 
Toilet Seat Monitors Your Risk of Heart Failure

Nicholas Conn, a postdoctoral fellow at RIT and founder and CEO of Heart Health Intelligence, is part of the university team that has developed a toilet-seat based cardiovascular monitoring system. Image credit: A. Sue Weisler/Rochester Institute of Technology

 
 
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