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Around 60 Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) NHS Foundation Trust patients are to take part in a study to look at how wearable and mobile devices can help us to understand the relationship between stress and the symptoms of Crohn’s disease, and help to improve management of the condition.

The research is part of a larger US-based study that uses smart watches, smart rings, smart scales, and smart phones on more than 200 people with Crohn’s disease to track physiological stress signals and correlate these measurements against the symptoms and stress questionnaires that patients record themselves.

Read more (NIHR Oxford BRC website)