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Mobile health applications may be the next wonder of the world, but relatively few Americans are using them. The , citing data from the Pew Internet and American Life Project, breaks it down this way: While 88 percent of Americans have a cell phone, only 10 percent have downloaded health-related mobile apps. Why Aren't We Downloading Health Apps?
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Text4Baby Mobile Services Gives New Moms Health Updates What every mother wants for Mother's Day: healthy children. A free mobile service called Text4Baby sends breaking health information to new and expecting mothers. Participants in the program receive between one and three text messages each week informing them of health alerts or offering advice for breastfeeding, labor or other prenatal issues.
Whether it’s making patient data collection more engaging or providing a device to check users’ health , mobile technology is increasingly proving its practicality in the medical sector. Now PDC has developed the Caring MR Suite which employs the iPad to enable patients to customize their hospital environment, making them feel more comfortable during MRI scans. Using the suite, patients can alter the atmosphere of the room where they will be scanned in order to reduce the anxiety that can come with the procedure. Patients control hospital environment with iPad-based suite
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(Credit: Apple) According to a new study by Manhattan Research, which surveyed more than 1,200 physicians across Europe, 26 percent of doctors claim they own an Apple iPad and spend more than 25 percent of their professional time using it. Doctors in Italy, Germany, France, Spain, and the U.K. participated in the survey reported by PMLiVE , a medical industry blog ( via AppleInsider ). Study: European doctors getting iPad fever | iPad Atlas
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