An app in development could help doctors diagnose anemia by using images of a patient's eyelid to get a count of their hemoglobin.
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Despite concerns about the potential for making their kids overly concerned about weight, most parents say they're not against tweens using health apps.
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Researchers are developing a Bluetooth-enabled contact tracing app for monitoring exposure to the coronavirus. It protects privacy with digital "garbage."
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"Sometimes we have very little documentation of what’s right around us. The things you think are mundane might become really important."
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A new app called COVIDTracker uses QR codes to preserve privacy while keeping track of who's been exposed to the coronavirus.
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Many doctors live with significant anxiety, and the COVID-19 pandemic boosts the risk for burnout. A new mindfulness app may help.
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A new artificial intelligence-powered app could help doctors predict survival and determine treatment for people with meningiomas.
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A new app that's modeled after a baby book can help parents and grandparents keep kids safe from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
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App developers say they need ad networks to make money, but the choices they make about those networks could be putting users at risk.
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New research indicates that apps, in this case a mindfulness app, can deliver evidence-based treatment affordably and accessibly.
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