Harvard developing iPhone apps for public health; Kerr Drug delivering adherence alerts

> The publishing arm of Harvard Medical School is developing iPhone apps to promote public health, starting with the H1N1 flu virus. Press release

> Speaking of iPhone apps, here's a rundown of physician-focused offerings. Article

> Health IT firm AssistMed is working with the specialty pharmacy division of Kerr Drug to deliver mobile reminders to patients. Press release

> Telemedicine and mobile health get a big push in Nigeria. Article

> Uttarakhand state in India thinks it has a Guinness world record for births in mobile clinics. Article

And Finally... Doctors aren't the only ones burdened with multiple cell phones. Article

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