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New kind of vital health monitoring puts patients in driver's seat

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Brainerd lakes area resident Maxine Lathrop likes to spend a little time on her touchpad each morning. At first glance, you might think she’s checking email or playing a game. But actually, she is taking her blood pressure. A wireless cuff sends a signal to the touchpad, which then relays the reading to a home care nurse to check every day.

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