Bayer Tries to Make Blood Glucose Monitoring Into Handheld Console Fun

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Bayer, the healthcare group, has released its promised Didget meter for diabetics. The Didget connects to Nintendo's DS handheld console and monitors glucose levels. The software that comes with the blood glucose monitoring system (called Knock 'Em Downs: World's Fair) is an adventure game filled with mini-games and connects to an online site available through an internet-connected PC. Players can earn points through consistent monitoring and desirable blood glucose levels that can be spent to customize their experience.

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