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FDA warns against smartwatches and rings that claim to measure blood sugar without needles

  • Smartwatches and rings claiming to measure blood sugar levels without skin piercing are unsafe, warns the FDA.
  • The agency cautions against using any non-invasive device to estimate blood glucose levels, as they could provide inaccurate readings leading to harmful consequences.
  • Non-FDA approved wearables for estimating blood sugar levels are on the market, but accuracy remains a concern for consumer safety.
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