Diabetes apps for the iPhone getting bigger; Clip-on baby monitor detects movement;

> The iPhone is starting to shake up the long-stagnant diabetes software market. Blog

> Taking the wireless baby monitor one step further, a new device clips to a diaper to detect movement and, if necessary, stimulate the infant's abdomen. Article

> UnitedHealth Group has hired a medical director of telehealth. Press release

> Population health management firm Focused Health Solutions is partnering with telemedicine provider Cardiocom to offer home monitoring services. Press release

> A group of MIT students are building ventures that use cell phones to help people in developing nations diagnose diseases. Article

> A telehealth monitoring system has halved readmission rates for patients with heart failure at one Canadian institution. Article

And Finally... And to think, some people try to text while driving. Article

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