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This technology is offering a completely new way to monitor sleep

BodyCompass could prove useful in treating patients vulnerable to bedsores and sleep apnea. Image: MIT news

Becky Ham

News Correspondent , MIT

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Bodycompass can monitor someone's sleep and inform them which positions help them to be well rested. Image: MIT
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