Glucose monitors may misclassify people as being at risk of diabetes

Continuous glucose monitors were developed for people with diabetes, but are now often touted as having benefits for those without the condition

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Glucose monitors stuck to the arm may be inaccurate when it comes to telling people if they are at high risk of developing diabetes. The devices can suggest different results for whether someone has healthy blood sugar readings from one day to the next, a study has found.

The inconsistencies suggest that more research is needed in people without diabetes before the monitors can be used to give…

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