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by Nextgov, mashable.com
Mobile health applications may be the next wonder of the world, but relatively few Americans are using them. …While 88% of Americans have a cell phone, only 10% have downloaded health-related mobile apps.
Part of the reason might be the type of health apps available, MobiHealthNews editor Brian Dolan told the newspaper.
“(A) persistent trend is that the majority of these apps are focused on tracking fitness or diet,” Dolan said. “There are two or three new BMI calculators released every month, for example — and far fewer are focused on what most people would consider true health problems, like chronic conditions or chronic condition management.”
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