Sweat Sensors to Predict Behavioral Issues in Autistic Children

Sweat sensors for autism
Image credit: University of Missouri
Children affected by autism can become unruly and aggressive, often without any warnings. For normal people, it’s very natural to sweat when they become stressed. Now, University of Missouri (MU) […]
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