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15 Mobile Apps For Better Health

From helping you monitor your condition to making suggestions for improving it, today's smartphones can become valuable healthcare partners -- with the right apps. The iPhone App Store, the Android Market and the BlackBerry App World are chock full of applications that can help keep you in the pink. The Health, Wellness, and Fitness categories in the various mobile app stores are full of applications that promise to help keep you healthy. Some of them are backed by major pharmaceutical firms, wh
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Diabetics need to keep a close eye on their glucose levels, both to be aware of fluctuations during the day and to have a record to review with their doctors. The Glucose Tracker BlackBerry app ($4.99) gives you an easy way to maintain a log of your glucose readings and view the results as a graph for the week, month, or quarter. You can also record when you took any medications.

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