Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Your Voice Says You Have Diabetes

ALBANY, Ohio (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Your voice might be trying to tell you something – like whether or not you have diabetes.

That’s the mouthy claim from Sharry Edwards, a software designer from Albany, Ohio, who claims she’s invented a new computer program that supposedly diagnoses major illnesses by detecting “sub harmonic frequencies” in your voicebox.

Edwards says she tuned up the technology after people didn’t take her supernatural hearing seriously.

Small wonder. She claims to have a “bone in the ear that is like a dolphin.”

As Edwards puts it, “I didn’t want to be seen as a freak. So I built my software around my hearing.”

But how’s this for striking a chord? Edwards claims, “The next step in medicine is to use frequency.”

Edwards says she’s reversed Down Syndrome, regrown nerves, and cured herpes with her tonal therapy.

Hey, at least it ends on a high note.

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