Dec 072018
 December 7, 2018  Posted by  Healthcare, U.S., Youth & Schools

WNEP reports:

It’s that time of year when nurses’ offices in schools across the country are full of children feeling ill.

At Saint Clair Area Elementary School, the school is participating in a program aimed towards keeping its students healthy during flu season with some help from technology.


FLUency is a health program by Kinsa, a company that makes smart thermometers that connect to an app, allowing school nurses and parents to keep track of illnesses that are present in schools.


Saint Clair Area Elementary School is one of 500 schools across the country to participate in the program. So far, 90 families here have the thermometers inside their homes.

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