12 Tech Gadgets to Help Your Health

By Cliff Edwards And Rich Jaroslovsky - 2013-02-28T00:46:06Z

Courtesy Zensorium

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Who makes it: Zensorium

How much: $119

What it does: Think of it as a thumb-drive sized doctor's checkup. Using optical sensors, Tinke monitors the thickness of your blood to determine oxygen levels, while also measuring your heart and respiratory rates. You can view the data on iOS-compatible phones and tablets, or share your daily score on Facebook and with friends who join the Tinke network.