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My sister has been terrified of butterflies all her life.  Would she consider facing her fears if these winged creatures worked towards her well-being as opposed to against it? At Microsoft, their research team is working on a butterfly wristband that reads your stress levels.  The MoodWings will literally start fluttering once it detects that your emotions are going sour.  Although still in development, the idea alone is an interesting one as studies show the staggering amounts of people suffering from anxiety on a regular basis.  This wearable gadget may sound silly to some but perhaps receiving gentle alerts from an unassuming yet cute accessory is a better option than when we berate ourselves for getting upset or not being in control.  Just saying…

franciscoplatt

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  1. Hello everyone! I am the sister (@lifeinmascara on social media) and the answer is no, I would still not go for a butterfly shaped anything in case you all were wondering.

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