The best pregnancy apps aren’t just for obstetricians and their patients. Many of us in family medicine practice full scope, including obstetrics. It is one of the most challenging yet rewarding aspects of primary care. And regardless of what scope of obstetrics care you provide, pregnant patients are always looking for reliable information about their […]
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A review of the P&M Pregnancy Passport app, a great app for expectant mothers to use during their pregnancy.
The Natural Cycles app utilizes noninvasive measurements and algorithms to determine when females are most fertile.
Analyzing data from Google trends in mobile health, we uncover interesting mobile health trends, such as growth in obgyn and pregnancy apps, amongst others.
Review of Preconception Care app, a pregnancy app that has critical information for women.
My Pregnancy A to Z is a pregnancy journal app for expecting mothers that providers can consider recommending.
Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation launches a medical app for their members.
A wearable fertility device and fertility app that help with predicting ovulation
Review identifies several useful, evidence-based apps that providers may choose to recommend.
Nutrino will use Watson to analyze its expansive nutrition information database.
Study will attempt to correlate Estimated Placental Volume (EPV) with pregnancy outcomes.
A review of best contraction timing apps for iPhone and Android for pregnancy and labor.