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USC research sees smartglasses as the ultimate mHealth wearable

An mHealth study by USC’s Center for Body Computing argues that smartglasses can improve health and wellness and patient engagement, and they’re more comfortable than other wearables. Read more at mHealthIntelligence.


This app maps opioid overdoses in real time

Last year the Washington/Baltimore High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area set out to create a tool that would give law enforcement and health officials the data they need to respond to the opioid public health crisis as swiftly as possible. 42 more words


mHealth researchers turn the smartphone into a diagnostic device

New mHealth technology aims to make the “lab-on-a-smartphone” a common tool for detecting and treating diseases, connecting patients to doctors and delivering mHealth to remote areas. Read more at mHealthIntelligence.


Fitness app usage grows by leaps and bounds

Smartphones are maligned for many things, but they might actually be helping improve the health of at least some users. Read more at eMarketer.

Apps, Social Media

FDA approves Reset app to help treat addiction

The FDA exercises an important role in American medicine, regulating new drugs and devices to ensure patient safety. Now, for the first time, they are adding mobile apps to that list. 24 more words

Apps, Social Media

ICM Twinning Project, Workshop & Seminar: Prevention of Obesity During Pregnancy

Aug.18, 2017, Ulan Batar, Mongolia

The main purpose of the Workshop held 16 – 18 August at the Intermed Hospital, Ulan Bator, Mongolia, , was to explain the “Happy Baby, Health Mom” App and to train midwives how to use it. 282 more words