A college graduate has invented an ear device that reports on the wearer's health based on findings from internal health monitors

When it comes to your personal well-being, you’re given a lot of advice. Some of that advice comes from your doctor and some from well-meaning friends and family who think they know what’s best for your body. But does anyone really know what’s good for you? Actually, your body knows exactly what you need to do to be more healthy. But your body can’t talk, so how will you be able to listen? A very recent graduate of Central Saint Martins, Lesley-Ann Daly, has the answer. She’s designed a conceptual ear implant that’s made to track your health using sound.

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