App for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Offers answers to healthcare-related questions, according to condition, health concern, medication or symptom.
Educational app about ankylosing spondylitis (AS).
Allows immediate access to articles in four American Diabetes Association (ADA) journals: ‘Diabetes’, ‘Diabetes Care’, ‘Diabetes Spectrum’, and ‘Clinical Diabetes’.
Web-based app for detecting disease outbreaks earlier than conventional surveillance methods.
Collection of over 2,500 medical terms, explained and cross-referenced.
Allows the user to check personal medical symptoms, and, if necessary, receive telephone advice from a call operative within an hour.
Contains 900-plus patient-information leaflets about health and specific medical conditions.
Game that shows images of parts of the human body, and is intended to test knowledge of anatomy.
Relies upon the phone's camera (along with digital filters) to allow a user to experience the symptoms of eye disease, and to see the world through the simulated eyes of a person experiencing one of nine degenerative eye conditions.
Contains informational tools that can guide a user in making decisions about personal health.
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