Tag Archives: Mobile

Mobile Health Apps for Headache: An Ongoing Search for Clinical Relevancy – Neurology Advisor

January 11, 2019 Share this content: The main objection among clinical researchers is that commercially developed products often lack a scientific basis for their selection of features. Over the past several years, the development of mobile and wearable health technology for a wide range of conditions rapidly advanced as the use of smartphones spread around… Read More »

Keeping up with the rapid developments in mobile health technology

Ira Nash, MD | Tech | December 21, 2018 I had the opportunity to participate in a day-long meeting sponsored by the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS). The goal was to help HRS develop recommendations for physicians and industry on providing patients access to information generated by wearable and implantable cardiac electronic devices.  The organizers invited me… Read More »

Mobile phones are seven times dirtier than TOILET SEATS, finds new study

Mobile phones are seven times dirtier than TOILET SEATS, finds new study (and those with leather cases are even filthier!) Study finds phones with plastic cases are seven times dirtier than a toilet seat  Experts believe phones become dirty because they are taken into the bathroom  Research found phones with leather cases are 17 times… Read More »