I’m Miranda Savioli with today’s health news.
Diabetes patients may want to consider buying an Apple Watch now that the FDA approved a
new app that could help diabetes patients monitor their blood sugar. Here’s how it
works: users wear a sensor around their trunk. This sensor checks blood sugar levels every
five minutes. That data is then transferred to the user’s iPhone, relayed to the Apple
Watch, and the user can then take steps if the blood sugar reading low or high.