Ford develops car systems that help drivers monitor their health

05/25/2011 | USA Today

Ford Motor Co. is integrating wellness into its automobiles, developing a car seat with sensors that monitor a driver's heart rate and potentially offer an early warning of a heart attack. The company also is working on car systems that would help drivers track such things as glucose or pollen levels through dashboard displays.

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