My favorite thing about technology is that is makes things easier. Smartphone apps can be a huge help by creating healthy habit through a convenient and motivating source. Here are 3 FREE mHealth Apps that will help make getting and staying health easier:
Instead of becoming a gym rat or trying to track your fitness progression by staring in the mirror each week, there are a number of new gadgets available on the market for great ways to stay fit in the New Year. It will not only work to provide accountability, but will prove an accurate way of keeping you healthy and toned for those with fitness goals.
If I owned the compact and stylish Mophie Juice Pack Powerstation then I wouldn’t have even had to worry. I would have been occupied many hours. With 4000ma of capacity it will charge your smartphone at least 2 times. And even though I swear by my iPhone, it has the ability to charge android devices too! (Oh, and iPads, because it’s a 2.1 amp output and stuff.)
As a nurse, long hours are all too common. With sometimes-mandatory overtime and staff shortages, nurses make up some of the hardest working professionals in the world. Being largely responsible for patient education, engagement and satisfaction, many nurses are left to wonder how they can accomplish all that is expected of them. With mobile health, and applications on their phones and tablets, iTriage helps to ease nurses’ workflow.
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Audi is ushering in a brand new generation of connectivity, with the super-convenient Connect System. This is an elaborate system that combines the practicalities of satellite navigation with ‘everywhere to everybody’ Wi-Fi capacity. When the German carmaker originally conceived of the idea, iPhone users and demanding internet users were surely top of the target audience.
If you own a smartphone, and who doesn’t these days, you probably have a lot of apps on there, including plenty of games. There is nothing wrong with that, but you can also use your iPhone or Android phone to help with your nursing career.
From apps that help you study for your nursing board exams, to apps that help you to identify pills, there are plenty of apps that can help you to become more skilled nursing professional.
With the right tools, your phone can be your personal trainer
Mobile apps can either be just another distraction, or they can help you measure progress, share motivation with friends, and stay on target with your fitness goals. Here are a few of the top smartphone cardio tools on the market, for both Android and iOS.