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"Smart Tooth" Gives Health Conscious Something to Chew On

September 8, 2013
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Researchers at the Taiwan National University have invented a "Smart Tooth" prototype that will monitor a person's eating, drinking, and chewing habits. The scientists say such a device could promote better health in people who smoke or over-eat. Tara Cleary reports.

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