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Wearables, commonly referred to as "wearable technology," are electronic gadgets that can be attached to clothing, implanted inside a user's body, or tattooed on the skin as accessories. The rapid adoption of such devices has undoubtedly put wearables at the forefront of the Internet of Things. These devices are hands-free, practical, powered by microprocessors, enhanced with the capability of sending and receiving data via the internet, and enhanced with Bluetooth connectivity.