Stressed smartphone users experience 'phantom texts,' study shows; WebMD launches new baby app;

> Becker's Hospital Review recently published an intriguing list of the "7 must-have iPad apps" not for physicians, but for C-level hospital execs. Article

> Forget "distracted doctoring," a new study says users (doctors included) can be so stressed trying to keep up with their information flow, they'll experience "phantom texts." Scary. Article

> WebMD just launched a new baby app with age-specific, custom-created wellness content for parents of infants and toddlers. Announcement

> Insurance companies are way out in front when it comes to mobile health apps. Check out Mobiledia's report on payer apps and their future. Article

> San Francisco-based health IT vendor Basis just created an intriguing personal dashboard to augment its health tracker app. Article

> Mobile device makers are using healthcare concepts to "heal" smartphone screens. That could be great news for docs who use smartphones and tablets used for image viewing. Article

> A new study shows smartphones can identify groups at risk for malnutrition. Article

> Another low-cost microscope adapter is coming on the market for smartphones--Skylight from Gadget labs. Article

And Finally... My parents used to threaten to "turn this car right around" if my siblings and I didn't behave. That was when I was about 10 years old. Article

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