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This smart insole measures fall risk for people with Parkinson's disease

Parkinson's disease can cause mobility issues, increasing patients’ risk of falling. Image: Unsplash/Taylor Jacobs

Texas A&M University

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Parkinson’s disease can have a wide range of symptoms, such as tremors, muscle stiffness, or degrading balance and coordination. Image: Texas A&M
The smart insoles collect data from the toe-tapping test on people with Parkinson's disease and transfer the information to a phone application. Image: Texas A&M
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