Clinic can manage chronic disease from an iPhone; Parkinson's treatment goes wireless;

> The Medical College of Georgia claims to be the first university to offer a suite of health and medical applications for the iPhone. Press release

> A new Pew Internet & American Life Project and California HealthCare Foundation report says the mobile Internet has opened up two-way conversations and social networking about health. Report

> As part of an EMR implementation, physicians at Walla Walla (WA) Clinic can manage chronic diseases from an iPhone. Article

> Deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's disease has gone wireless with a relatively new, implantable device. Article

> A European wireless telecom is testing for mobile monitoring of blood sugar levels and blood pressure in Austria. Article

> A Canadian home health agency has implemented a mobile EMR for its caregivers. Press release

> Healthcare software developer Healthagen has launched a new version of its iTriage decision support system for multiple smartphone platforms. Press release

And Finally... Reality TV finds its way into, well, reality. Press release

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