Necklace could help patients take the...

Necklace could help patients take their medication on time

There are 1 comment on the Chicago Tribune story from May 20, 2008, titled Necklace could help patients take their medication on time. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Sharon Brangman, a doctor of geriatric medicine in Syracuse, N.Y., is accustomed to forgetful patients.

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WalnutPicker

Newburgh, IN

#1 May 21, 2008
How about making it into a shock collar with an electronic voice - zzzttt - "you haven't taken your pill today, Clarice". Or make it programmable - zzzttt, zzzttt "you've eaten three candy bars in the last 15 minutes. Isn't that a bit much, Clarice" zzzttt, zzzttt, zzzttt.

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