Health and Medical News and Resources

General interest items edited by Janice Flahiff

Health and Wellness Information and Tracking Apps

Last month I completed an online medical library class on mobile resources and apps.
The class, Get Mobilized – MLA,  is over. However the content is still online and  free to all.

One week was centered on Mobile Applications and included examples of and links to personal health/wellness apps.

These examples included calorie counters, symptom checkers, and record keepers.

I included these and others in the course at my Web site Health and Medical Resources and News Selected by Janice Flahiff.
Look for them in the Health Apps section.

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November 10, 2011 - Posted by | Consumer Health, Finding Aids/Directories, Librarian Resources | , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. I just love how mobile devices have made it so easy to track all kinds of health information these days. I use an app called LifeTopix (http://www.lightarrow.com/lifetopix) that lets me track not only my food/calories/carbs/alcohol intake and exercise, but it also ties that together with capabilities for tracking shopping lists, events, tasks, projects and a whole lot more. It even integrates with other apps that I use a lot, such as Dropbox, Google Docs, Facebook, and Twitter.

    Comment by MarinaH | January 16, 2012 | Reply


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