Oct 3, 2013
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Flu season is almost here and to help you stay in top form, we’ve gathered the top health apps for your Android smartphone powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processor.
Created by two ER doctors, iTriage is designed to answer medical questions, rule out potential illnesses and help you find a place to seek treatment in the event of something serious. You can also schedule appointments, view ER wait times, check in on your way to the ER and store important medical information that’s ready when you need it.
2. Cures A to Z
Whether it’s the flu or food poisoning, Cures A to Z by Plum Amazing combines the best natural remedies and prescription therapies from physician, researcher and best-selling author Jacob Teitelbaum, and nutritionist, Laurie Teitelbaum. Looking up quick fixes and tips has never been easier thanks to the chronologically ordered conditions and general search query option.
- Similar for Windows RT tablets: Home Cure! By Esha Singh
3. My Medical
For $1.99, My Medical by Hyrax (pictured above) is a digital filing cabinet for storing you and your family’s medical history on your smartphone. Built-in test result templates make for quick and easy entry, and tips and recommended questions for your doctor make for more informed doctor visits. You can also save emergency contacts, health insurance information, doctors’ contact information and image files of things like x-rays directly to your smartphone.
- Similar for Blackberry: Medical Alert by Searing Media
- Similar for Windows Phone: Microsoft HealthVault by Microsoft
4. Zyrtec® AllergyCase
If allergies have you reaching for the tissue box, Zyrtec ® AllergyCast by McNeil-PPC could be just for you. It delivers a 4-day pollen and weather forecast so you can avoid the seasonal sneezes and sniffles. See which pollens are highest for the day, get quick tips on how to deal with them, save your favorite cities for quick forecasts and receive alerts on your smartphone whenever the local pollen count is high. And, in case your allergies still catch you by surprise, the GPS feature helps you locate a nearby pharmacy.
Are you ready for flu season? What are some of your favorite ways to stay healthy?