The FDA has approved a pill with a sensor that tracks if patients have ingested their medication.
The FDA has approved a pill with a sensor that tracks if patients have ingested their medication. Associated Press File photo
The FDA has approved a pill with a sensor that tracks if patients have ingested their medication. Associated Press File photo

This new pill can tell doctors if you swallowed it

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