When I get sick, my roommate tells me to eat raw garlic. She must be a witchdoctor of sorts, cause it works, except that I smell like garlic all night.
The “Spectral Nose” would use advanced chemistry to detect different odors, and then a computer screen would give the patient an all-clear or indicate which disease they could have.
Apparently our breathe says more than just how kissable we are. Scientists in the U.S. have been working on this same project too.