DEARBORN, MI – Ford and a handful of U.S. health-care providers are in the early stages of a project that if successful, would allow motorists to manage chronic illnesses from the comfort of their car. Although the project is one to two years from production ready, early results are promising, the auto maker says. Using Ford’s patented Sync infotainment system, motorists suffering from ailments would receive important health updates through their vehicle. For instance, diabetics using a ...
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