Low Carb Diet Assistant is a carb counter with easy-to-use features and a large database of foods, including restaurant menu items. It does not have a barcode scanner for obtaining nutritional information from bar codes.
Ever sit in traffic during rush hour wondering what you’re breathing? Or for the city commuters, ever walk into a subway stop wondering “what is that smell?” and more importantly, “how is the smell affecting my health”?. Well, you’re not the only one. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Health and Human […]
iMedicalApps has uncovered evidence which suggests that one developer may be creating apps using content from popular textbooks without the publishers knowledge. This practice is not uncommon to the App Store; however, this is the first time that there is evidence which suggests that this practice may be happening in the medical section. Read on […]
by: Rohit Keswani, MD According to the Worcester Telegram, researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and UMass Memorial Medical Center have developed a prototype iPhone application that detects if the user has atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation is the most common cardiac arrhythmia in the world and puts the patient at high risk for developing a stroke, […]
Apple kicked off the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco today with an impressive keynote where they made a number of key announcements which will have a number of implications for physicians and medical educators everywhere. Apple featured a video where they demonstrated the range and use of anatomy apps developed by 3D4Medical who […]
DermLink impresses with a framework for delivering mobile telemedicine without neglecting patients, general practitioners and clinical specialists.
The best iPad medical apps for physicians. Thousands of Pad medical apps were sorted through to come up with this list, ranging from prescription drug reference apps to virtual simulation apps.
Discussion of key eHealth economic and financial questions that countries should ask as they decide how much to invest in eHealth technologies.
Novartis started a project that focused on keeping adequate supplies of malaria medication stockpiled, especially in rural areas. The name of this endeavor is SMS for Life, and it has helped reduce the number of deaths from this disease throughout Tanzania.
Our first special edition #mHealth chat, about FDA regulations and mobile medical apps, was a success thanks to our guest M. Jason Brooke, J.D., FDA regulatory attorney from Washington DC, and many other great participants.
Independence Blue Cross (@IBX) has announced it is accepting applications for a new startups challenge called the IBX Games Challenge in partnership with Wharton Entrepreneurial Programs, the Department of Public Health of Philadelphia, VentureFOrth, and ?What If! Innovation Partners. IBX appears to feel a responsibility to take a stand and confront the entire Philadelphia-region for […]
[Ed. We are pleased to present this in-depth report on the important new spectrum for wireless medical devices by experienced FCC attorney Robert Primosch. Be sure to check out the first of this two part series here.] By: Robert D. Primosch, Esq Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP. After many years of discussions, debate and, ultimately, […]