New KidsDoc app connects parents to pediatricians

Created by the Academy of Pediatrics, KidsDoc is an app aimed at parents, providing them basic symptom information, as well as first-aid or emergency procedures for children. The app also spells out when parents should contact their pediatrician, and when to go straight to 911. One missing function: The ability to "find a pediatrician," reviewers at iMedicalApps say. Post

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