NIH to sponsor m-health fellowship program; Slim Institute, West Wireless, Qualcomm team on maternal health;

> At the mHealth Summit in Washington, NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins announced a week-long mobile technology fellowship program for summer 2011. Twitter stream

> The Carlos Slim Health Institute, West Wireless Health Institute and Qualcomm are teaming up to offer the Wireless Pregnancy Remote Monitoring Kit, which will help healthcare professionals and community health workers in Mexico collect maternal and fetal data in the field via 3G wireless connections. Press release

> Shareable Ink, a provider of digital paper-and-ink technology for healthcare, has secured $4.5 million in private financing. Press release

> The MyGlucoHealth Wireless free, mobile app for diabetes management is the top download in the Ovi Store by Nokia, according to the San Diego-based company. Press release

> Mobile health companies Varolii and Vitality have added interactive phone polling to the Vitality GlowCap "smart" pill-bottle cap product and monitoring service. Press release

And Finally... Yeah, that might ruin their wedding day. Article

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