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Smartphone cameras now have the power to detect anemia with this brilliant app

HemaApp was developed by scientists to detect anemia, a common condition that often goes undiagnosed. Using the camera and flash to estimate hemoglobin concentrations, it is highly preferable to drawing blood. Read more... More about Mashable Video, Medical, Techonology, Science And Technology, and Health
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