When patients search their symptoms in Google Search, they will now get filtered results from academic sources.
Tag: symptom checker
Self diagnosis apps aren’t accurate, but can be used in other ways.
App uses genetic info, health history, health trackers, and more to answer questions
Need help finding the proper diagnosis? Perhaps this app is good for you. Common Symptom Guide is an app for those physicians who are just starting.
Two fourth-year Johns Hopkins School of Medicine students, Craig Monsen and David Do, have recently created a website that is smartphone compatible and able to help determine what your sickness is based on symptoms that are input into the system.
mHealth Research Digest with Tim Bredrup Preventing depression during adolescence may reduce health problems in adulthood. Mobile phones make it possible to deliver prevention programs scalable to a variety of large populations. Researchers at the University of Auckland in New Zealand used these concepts to develop and test an intervention for adolescents focused on preventing […]
The UK’s National Health Service releases an iPhone app giving residents access to a symptom checker with follow-up recommendations, location services, and more.