Hi-Tech Underwear Checks Your Blood Pressure


 
 

| Wednesday, May 28, 2008


LONDON -- A new kind of men s underwear is being designed to pick up information about arterial blood flow and blood pressure, reported London s Daily Mail.

The underwear has at least four sensors in the waistband and would determine how fast blood is flowing through the arteries, according to the newspaper.

The technology would not work as well in women s underwear because the waistbands would be too thin to accommodate the equipment.

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