Philips has launched a suite of medical-grade monitoring devices and a digital health app that will help consumers to take greater control of their health.
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A new electronic fertility monitor, called Daysy, is providing women with a hormone-free natural birth control and family planning solution.
Google is building a search feature for its mobile app, called Symptom Search, which promises to make search results more accurate and useful for its users.
Three young Ghanaians have developed an app, called MedRX, which allows patients to find pharmacies that stock the medicine they need.
A period app, called Clue, is helping women track their menstrual cycles and predict when they are likely to fall pregnant.
Vodacom Business has invested in innovative mHealth solutions to enhance healthcare for people living in the Eastern Cape.
The University of Nottingham is launching a new study to address TB, supported by IBM World Community Grid.
A research team have developed a framework for evaluating mHealth apps for their patient engagement potential, quality and safety.
hearScreen, in partnership with the University of Pretoria, will launch a National Hearing Test app, called hearZA™, on World Hearing Day.
A new partnership between Netcare 911 and South African mobile application mySOS will improve response times to medical emergencies.
Omron Healthcare Inc. recently previewed its Project Zero Wrist and Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitors (BPM) during the annual Consumer Electronic Show.