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Healthy-living wearables steal the show

Devices on display include those that measure brain activity for reducing stress

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MEASURE YOUR BODY FAT: While the show floor is awash in stylish wrist wear for measuring activity, sleep, and even mood, this InBody band goes so far as to measure how much of a wearer's body is made up of fat.

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MEDICAL WEAPON: Visiomed's smart health gadgets include this Thermo Flash contactless thermometer which has become a weapon in the battle against Ebola.

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'OPEN SESAME': Smart-home gadgetry on display by Lowe includes sensors for dog collars that cause "doggy doors" to automatically open as pooches approach.

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FROM bracelets that measure body fat to robots that coach children through chemotherapy, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brimmed with gadgets promising prescriptions for healthier lives.

Innovations on display by companies such as California-based Neurosky and

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