Health care of the future may rely much more on connected "smart" devices and less on doctors to tell us what's happening in our bodies, and early data show that these emerging diagnostic tools are expected to have a high acceptance rate among consumers. According to a new Intel/Penn Schoen Berland poll, 70% of global consumers would be willing to share data gleaned from what they leave behind in a "smart" toilet, while three-quarters would be willing to swallow a monitoring device that gauges internal health.

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